Apart Hotel Casablanca Valdivia
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The Hotel is walking distanz to Downtown and , pretty old , the Lady Owner keep a lot of plant in Hallways and common Aera which softens the old rundown image somewhat
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Some places are a pleasant surprise. You don't know what to expect and end having the best time. That sums up Valdivia. It's a very small town with a population of 120,000 located on inland waters near the Pacific Ocean. We travelled here for business as Andrew had organised meetings with the owner, Alex, of a boat building company called Alwoplast. The company builds many boats but allot designed by Chris White plus composite materials for a range of industries including aviation.
... the old place, starting your hero journey, following your bliss.
You throw off yesterday as the snake sheds its skin.
The goal of the hero trip down to the jewel point is to find those levels in the psyche that open, open, open, and finally open to the mystery of your Self being Buddha consciousness or the Christ.
That’s the journey.
It is all about finding that still point in your mind where commitment ...
... Niebla by car ferry not before Tracy and Cristina made a mad dash to the local shop to buy some crisps ....we were starving and there were no places for a nice coffee and cake in Corral only wooden huts and small kiosks selling coca cola and crisps....... A very relaxed way to live. Once on board the ferry we were off back to Niebla. A decision was made by all to take the local bus to Valdivia to eat, drink and be merry!!! Alongside the local fish and vegetable market ...
... any customer relations awards and we quickly renamed the brewery... I'm sure you can guess.
We drove back to Isla Teja, and parked up just before the bridge. There were quite a few restaurants and cafes around and we eventually settled for Lio Bar. It was a very modern looking bar with deliberately minimalistic and odd furniture. The menu del dia included chicken soup served in a tin mug, a german meat loaf with potato pure and ...
... the food laid over – mussels, clams & chango (big ridged mussels), smoked pork on the bone, chicken, lorganiza & potatoes. A layer of Nalca leaves, then plastic, then turf seals the deal – several hungry hours later the whole caboodle is ready – had to whip up some guacamole to keep us going until then! There are special pan/oven cooked breads
to accompany too and today oodles of wine, rum, Baileys, whisky ...