Aragon Apart Hotel
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Arrived into Temuco bus station at 6am and began the task of unpacking and rebuilding the bike. 2 hours later the bike was ready for a test ride without any hitches in the rebuilding process. Another hour to sort my luggage out. Another hour to find the tourist information centre to pick up maps. (The bus station was no where near where my rough guide said it was, so I started off riding the wrong way!) Another hour faffing trying to find food, fuel for my stove and ...
... Arturo (Valeri’a grandad) began slicing ankle-skin of Juan (the sheep, let’s call him that), Lucy his wife began pulling a knife through the plate of blood on the table which had now turned to gelatinous. Churn churn goes the stomach. Valeria’s parents were also there to join the fun and to my horror it dawned on me that the cups and wine weren’t from last night or a previous celebration, they were for right now to enjoy with ...
... you just stuck your head inside your lit fireplace, because the air throughout the entire city is polluted by the wood stoves lit to keep every house warm. Yes, there are large environmental concerns here.
- When you see a sign with a bucking bronco, it’s typically not because there’s a rodeo nearby… it’s because that is one of the many horse meat vendors in the meat district. As far as we know, Ali has ...
... in an environment where the average citizen doesn’t own a car. These cabs are black and usually have the number for their route on the roof.
Tomorrow, Monday we will stop at the Mercado Central which is known for its woven ponchos and textiles and Mapuche silver jewelry. In the afternoon we will head towards the Andes for a couple of days. We are not sure when next we will have a good Internet connection to post to our ...
... four days:
1. Remember how to drive a stick shift
2. Assume the driving laws are logical
3. Hope road signs are clearly marked
4. Look like you know what you’re doing
5. Be nice to the police officers when they pull us over and hope “Soy de Nuevo York” and/or “Soy de Canada” is charming