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... a few heads nodding off in our group. Dinner was around 8:30 at the Italian sibling restaurant of our lunchtime Parrilla. You think we would have learned by now, however Darren and I each ordered a pasta dish and I ended up with a lasagna big enough to easily feed a family of four. Delicious, but way too big! After an evening of good food, good company and wine (a bottle of good Malbec was $10 in the restaurant) we headed home, excited for tomorrow and a chance to explore the ...
... And as I haven't eaten all day I got a bit tipsy already. For dessert I had a carrot kuchen. At least they said it was. I don't think so. It so tasted like Christmas - cinnamon and fruity and spicey and just so amazing. I think that was the best cake I've ever eaten (I probably said that a lot whilst in Chile, but one is better than the other). Later we walked around town and had a look at the river and that's it pretty much. Not much to do ...
... woody stems called Nalca - the inner core of which apparently tastes like apple but I’m doubtful as looks more rhubarb.The segments of the cone from the monkey puzzle tree are called pinones and a widely used, including to flavour beer – still yet to try. Then there was Piure, a bright red lump like a big chicken liver and apparently full of iron, according to the shopkeeper who took a big bite raw! – they are collected ...
... picture exists :D.
(BTW the guy OF COURSE said: Tiene 19 anos??!... no, I don't, sorry, my passport is lying at times -.-)
After that, I walked (!!) home. Actually, more like ran home. Weather was too nice. I did that with both of my hands on the sides of my head as I didn't want the hat to become the next victim of The Storm ;).
For lunch, I then had a typical Chilean meal which was muyyy sabroso. Don't ask me for the name though :D.
I have ...
... about 10 minutes at Isla Teja which is an island and one part of the city of Valdivia and can only be reached by crossing the big river.
Both my room and the house are really nice.After my host parents showed me the most important rooms (my own bathroom and my room) all I wanted to do was to sleep.
So, good night! :))))
- I do understand Spanish (most)
- I CANNOT speak Spanish (asked the ...