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Just as well worked doubly hard yesterday as today was
hideous, raining heavily until gone 6pm, when there was a pretty sunset. Was
freezing too so spent most of the day stoking up and then sitting in front of
the wood burner – no central heating here!
Jorge headed off for a few days with his family in Argentina
so I’m in charge – he told me not to work ...
... as well. Awesome (if you are one of those strange people who actually like that kind of food ;) ).
And soooo many fruits. I could stay there for hours just to take pics (of the fish as well although it stinks)!!
And they have sea lions (and NO people in Chile do not eat sea lions). They are at the market trying to get some of the leftovers. Cause they apparently love fish. Yeah. I know. Strange things. But they are sooo huge. ...
... to buy my own food and bevs, my host family fed me (did I mention that they are awesome?).
(I also found a new best friend already. Se llama "Perla". Cutieeeee. Picture to follow)
After that my host dad came and asked me if I would like him to show me the city "as soon as I am ready". I also asked him if he knows somebody to study Spanish with, at least the grammar, and he offered himself.
When he left the kitchen my host mum entered ...
... in front of it. The people who live there have nothing around them, no shops, no café, but they do have a bus stop that might help them get to the nearest grocery shop 30 km away! What if they want to go to the cinema? No problems, they live in the middle of nowhere, but there is a bus stop in front of their house that can take them to the nearest cinema in Valdivia 100 km away. They only have to catch the weekly bus and off they ...
... how easy would it be to commit murder in nobody's jurisdiction the lawyer in me wants to know??) the trip went fast. Watching Grown Ups 2 and The Call in Spanish improved them, I think. Laughing so hard at the ridiculous dubbed Spanish.
Arrived at our hotel at 11pm exhausted but happy with our little (OK I should say micro) apartment and fell into bed.