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Meanwhile, in order to get a toehold in life most people follow plans made by others. Most people follow maps that have been made by others in order to avoid getting lost in life. They forget the old proverb that states: “It is better to be lost than to follow a map made by tourists.” Those who fail to find and follow the dream of their life remain but tourists in this world, visitors who never fully buy into ...
Sunday we set off for the Lake District of Chile. Our first stop is Valdivia to check in to the cottage we rented for the night which were painted very bright and had the appearance of a small German community. Valdivia is on the coast and a bustling community. Since we were there on a Sunday we had the opportunity to see the leisurely side of Chile. Many families out walking, hand in hand, as a matter of observation throughout our entire time in Chile "family" was ...
... deserved rest. As the days are so long we then headed at 7pm to the local beach, and watched the local families enjoy the surf of the pacific. Adam and Tracy enjoyed playing in the sand before we headed back to El Castillo but not before buying some chips from the local restaurant and eating them watching the fishing boats retuning from a days work. Delicious chips washed down with Coronas bien frias, si señor !!!. Now it is 9.30 and the day is still ...
Then, of course, the BBQ was hot enough to slap on the
steaks and pretty good they were too, even if medium well. Managed to converse
with most, some in English as many lived in Oz and were back for a rare reunion
of all the brothers, sisters and their families - a very friendly and welcoming
bunch of people. Was nearly 8pm by the time we were back at the ranch, looking
forward to an early night.
Yes I do still exist and am still able to type but laaazy :D.
Sooo today I managed (by myself in Spanish) to get myself registered here and to do all the things necessary to obtain my Chilean ID (hope I never have to show THAT picture though :D).
Quite an adventure :D. My host family drove me to the PDI (some kind of police for international stuff) where I had to verify my visa and give them all the stuff like my address, personal dates and ...