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... because no one likes a smart ass, or you can shut up and accept that not everyone is as gifted as you. Anyway we had our welcome and stuff at the school, which I arrived to fashionably late, but it was the first time that all of m compatriots were in one room together. So after the welcome was over and we were released we decided to grab food together.
That's when the completa happened.
What, you may ask, is a completa? It's not ...
... it was spicy and we are missing a bit of spice as in the previous countries everything lacked spice and you can't even get pepper on the table. We then went for an ice cream where i had Dulce de Leche ice cream and it was incredible, we sat and enjoyed them on the very comfy bean bags. It's so nice to be shown around by a local who knows of all the great places!
Cat headed back home as she was feeling unwell with her cold so Garry and I went and climbed the 880m hill, ...
... around in.
The accent here is impossible to understand for the most part. Otherwise, Chilians seem like a great group of people.
I don't want to bore everyone to tears by my lack of exciting things that happened here, so I am going to keep this entry short. Look for more excitement and adventure in Asia since I am now rested up!
... the people very unfriendly and almost annoyed that they had to attend me.
The room (double with bath) was basic and I was very shocked what I expected considering the price I paid. But it had water and a bed. So I wont complain.
Not long after arriving my friends friend Sonia (one of the most loveliest people ever) was already outside the hostel to pick me up and gave me some ins and outs of the city and the rest of Chile.
After a ...
... like the other camps our one threw a talent show in which the volunteers had to take part with their teams. Not convinced I'd be able to pass on my
basketball talents to my team in just a few short hours, no matter how much House Of Pain I exposed them to, we opted to dance to MJ's Thriller instead. This turned out to be a fantastic idea as we had some great coreographers in the group. I had to go off and help decorate the hall ...