Verde Nativo - Hostal Y Cabanas
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... a single bed for two, in a poorly insulated tin shed with gaps in the walls, through which biting 2 degree winds would whistle through during the night, no hot water or water pressure for shower or laundry, drinking water that required boiling and came from a rain water tank that took on the taste of the neighbours chimneys. Our boss was a man of strange contradictions too: for example, we were asked not to wear shoes in the main room. The floor, however was ...
... passion. Later we go to see the white stallion and Kathleen wants to buy it. All she would need then would be the knight in shining armour to ride it. When we finally dismount at the end Kathleen is walking like John Wayne and I now have saddle sores to add to the bed sores from the Altiplanico loungers but we don't care. It was great!
Next up is a walk in the woods. On the farm there is an ancient area of forest which is still in its virgin state. Most of the native ...
... and crackers. Back at the hotel with our wine in the fridge to chill we did some forward planning for the rest of our trip whilst admiring the view of the lake at of our window as the sun finally broke through before tucking in to our culinary delights and watching a film. Early night ready for our 7am pickup for our flights to San Pedro. Nav ...
... the same age. Everyone here is upper 20's or lower 30's. If you're in your lower 30's you're considered old. :-( As I was talking with Elka, the German woman, out of the corner of my eye I saw James kiss the French girl (Chloe, can't remember her name..). I was kind of bummed, but oh well. We had a very delicious dinner and drank a ton of Sangria. For some reason, the girl and her brother didn't want to go out, so the other Frenchie, James, and I went out. We ...
... the warm blankets Elena had provided we slept surprisingly well.
The next morning we woke early, had some oats and with the sun rising behind an overcast sky we trudged through the wet grass to the goat shed to start work. There we met a man who looked like the quintessential Chilean farmer. It turned out he was. He wore a guanaco-hair (an animal similar to a lama) jersey vest ingrained with the heavy smell of manure and fresh goat's milk. He introduced himself ...
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