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What you don’t experience positively you will experience negatively.
You enter the forest at the darkest point, where there is no path.
Where there is a way or path, it is someone else’s path. You are not on your own path.
If you follow someone else’s way, you are not going to realize your potential.
Eternity is a dimension of here and now.
The divine lives within ...
... bit deserted. The black sand beach looked a bit cold especially with the cold Pacific Ocean waves breaking on to it.
On the way back to Valdivia we stopped at couple of lookouts with nice views of the water and forested hills behind. Valdivia is famous for its Kunstmann Brewery, one of Chile's most popular beers, but it's also home to the craft brewery, Valtor. We stopped for a quick tasting session and were impressed enough with ...
... br> of the ferry dock seemed dangerous.
The bus took the scenic coast road past rocky headlands and little sandy bays, with lovely clear calm water today, and grassy sheep fields, with cala lilies and fuschia growing naturally. Some of the place names were uninspiring though – who wants to live in Palo Muerto (dead stick)?
Chahuin, the end of the road (tarmacked), was a tiny little scenic village, set ...
More noisy neighbours, even more elephantine after 11 and from 6-6.45am – what have I done to deserve these selfish gits? Do they think that just because they can’t hear me, that I can’t hear them – in this traditional style clapboard house the walls and floors are half an inch thick wood – nice to look at from the outside, but horribly noisy to live in.
Therefore had time for 3 cups of coffee before heading off in ...
... 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 ...