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We had asked for our breakfast early this morning so we could hit the road in our hire car. It was laid out ready for us although we had to miss out on the scrambled eggs, but we'd survive.
Andy and Carlee arrived on time and we loaded up the car. Carlee volunteered to drive the couple of hours to Valdivia. It was still a bit cloudy and …
... nothing can be made. Every process involves breaking something up.
The earth must be broken to bring forth life.
If the seed does not die, there is no plant.
Bread results from the death of wheat.
Life lives on lives.
Our own life lives on the acts of other people.
If you are lifeworthy, you can take it.
What we are really living for is the experience of life, both the pain and ...
... and had some amazing views. Unfortunately, as always, the pictures don't let it look the way I've seen it. After checking in and having a little break we left for the island to go on a food market. Well a big place with hundres of places to eat. I had that meat (I think it was beef) and it was just amazing. Despite the fat tripping down for around 5 minutes it was so tasty I even bought a second one. With that the german beer went ...
The best day for the next few was forecast, though it’s all
relative – only 30% chance of rain. Was heavy niebla that didn’t lift a bit
until later though the cloud never entirely broke.
Decided not to light a fire as was heading straight out
& didn’t want to be worrying about the house burning down while I was out
all day but made time for coffee – no chance of a ...
... That and the bus back to Niebla went smoothly as I had not bought too much knowing I had 3 litres of wine to carry – bought 1.5 litre bottles for about £2 each rather than the cheaper and lighter tetrapaks – I’m worth it, though was doubtful when the 1.3km hill kept going on forever – it’s about 45 degrees on average and less than half is paved. That just got me to the gate – still another 5 mins ...