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It is by going down into the abyss that we recover the treasures of life.
Where you stumble, there lies your treasure.
The very cave you are afraid to enter turns out to be the source of what you are looking for. The damned thing in the cave that was so dreaded has become the center.
You find the jewel, and it draws you off.
In loving the spiritual, you cannot despise the earthly.
The purpose of ...
... any customer relations awards and we quickly renamed the brewery... I'm sure you can guess.
We drove back to Isla Teja, and parked up just before the bridge. There were quite a few restaurants and cafes around and we eventually settled for Lio Bar. It was a very modern looking bar with deliberately minimalistic and odd furniture. The menu del dia included chicken soup served in a tin mug, a german meat loaf with potato pure and ...
... set on the junction of the self same river & the Pacific,
but winding its way out from behind a fine sand bar. Behind the bar were cute
tiny islands covered with seabirds and further upriver and down the coast were
the famous local larch forests.
Had a stroll around in the 45 mins before the bus back – the
one after was not for nearly 5 hours, ok in summer when you can enjoy the sandy
... br> in the mist, via Villerica & Temuco, to Valdevia. Views were therefore not
much cop until the skies lifted and even the nothing special, piney grasslands
– just like England! That include the bus temperature – just 8 degrees when we
departed and didn’t think to put on the heater, so it was only the increase in
bodies & breakthrough of the sun that brought it up to a nice 17 degrees
3.5 hours later – brrr!
... reading Harry Potter in Spanish. Lots of fun and I actually almost understand all words :D. Also, my host dad is writing short stories and fairy tales. I am trying to read those too as they are about life in Chile as well, but they have a little more words I don't get.
I was also told by my host family (who don't provide food for me ;) ) that in the evenings I am supposed to check the microwave where they will put any food leftover from their ...