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... took easily as much time doing that as staying in traffic would have taken. But, at least it felt like we were saving time.
When we arrived in Temuco, it was time to buy a ticket to Pucón. We walked up to a company and did just that. It wasn't leaving for almost an hour, so we got sandwiches.
An hour later, no sign of our bus. I got another sandwich.
Towards the end of that sandwich, ...
... the bits and pieces and when the liver plopped out I joked that it would be nice and clean and alcohol free. They enjoyed that, all aboard the slaughter banter train.
With Juan’s insides all out Arturo took out his next instrument: a hacksaw of course; with which he went straight to work battering poor old Juan down the middle, strings of fat and muscle flying all over the place.
“And that’s how you do ...
... to a good scrub!
We showered up, hung our clothes to breath a bit, and headed out for dinner. It was a pretty long ride so we were hungry and craving a cold beer. We found a spot to eat, and as told by a Chilean friend of ours, we went ahead and ordered the Completo...a big hot dog with mayo, mustard, guacamole, and probably a few other items. It was comical to try and eat, but we stuffed our mouthes with it. It was pretty good, but probably a first ...
... gringos living in the city). Fermín at Boca de Lobos treats us like family and has even asked for our addresses back home (mom and dad, if a Chilean guy knocks on the door just go with it…)
With all of the positive experiences, we have had one negative, but it is a rite of passage for every traveler. One Friday we came home from work to the lock on the building broken off and our room ransacked. Much was taken, but fortunately ...
Tren-muco de vapor: le retour à Tren-muco!
Tren-muco de vapor: back in Tren-muco!
J'imagine que celles et ceux qui suivent attentivement ce blog se posent une question en voyant la ville de cet article: que fait-il donc de retour à Temuco? La ville n'avait pas été extra la première fois, elle ne risque pas d'être beaucoup mieux en y revenant... Mais voilà, lorsque j'avais visité le Museo Ferroviario il y a un mois, j'avais ...