Quincho Country Home
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with the rest of us. And then we waited with the streets full of sirens, one firetruck after the other passing by and back. People running in the streets with buckets to collect water. Down the road, people are forming af line uphill sending buckets of water up along the path, and big smoke clouds and ashes covers the air. After an hour, martins sister arrive to help out and go find out the status. While she is away we see the first yellow aircraft coming ...
... cold). Dinner was on our own, yet 9 of us ended up eating together at "Mediterranean" restaurant (serving pizza and seafood) on the shores of the lake (Lago Llanquihue). It was a mini lesson in Spanish food nouns and charades as we managed to order fairly successfully without our guide. Satisfied from good food and good company we took the short stroll uphill to our hotel to pack for our morning flight as we are off again ...
... our group began to share food in an effort not to have to waste anything. I'm sure it must have looked odd to the locals as we all started eating simultaneously. At the Chilean side of the border, all of our bags were checked by the border guards with two golden labs. Mikaela's bag was flagged and she had to unpack her bag in front of three guards, the two drivers from the bus and the rest of ...
... but that's a story for another time perhaps. We are undecided as to whether we would do this again, that said, it was a good experience, and one where we saved craploads (saved craploads from carting craploads, ha) of money and learned a lot - about farm life, about organic farming, about Chilean culture. But hooray for central heating, hot showers, warm double beds and sheets with thread counts. I'll never take you for granted again. Um. I'll try not to at ...
... the angle at which we were standing we could only see about one quarter of the stage, but it was enough to appreciate Figaro as he beautifully belted out his lines to Figaro's Aria.
There was actually quite a cool atmosphere up there amongst the ranks of the standing audience. We were free to take photos, walk around, sit on the floor and pretty much do whatever we wanted without getting any evil eyes or shushh's. Sibling took on the roll of ...