Diego de Almagro Valdivia Hotel
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... history with a total of 17 forts. In 1684 the city of Valdivia was moved/repopulated downstream to its current position. Probably some consultants idea at the time!
After a speedy trip back to Valdivia on the local bus we spent the afternoon on a boat tour around the waterways of Valdivia followed by lunch at the restaurant located on the pontoon where the boats are berthed. What's special about the boats and floating restaurant is that the whole operation is completely ...
... own dreams cannot afford to invest in the dreams of others.
Hearing the Call
The call that awakens the soul to a greater vision also stirs one’s deepest fears. The little-self we call “our self” resists our true calling for it fears being overwhelmed by something greater than itself. The little-self fears failing and being rejected and typically prefers a familiar pain to an unknown joy. Yet there are times when the ...
... up cleaning the cooker splashback while having a cuppa then managed to get back to sleep fitfully – maybe it’s (my fillings) or something in the ceiling of the room picking up radiowaves again as can’t hear it elsewhere in the house.
More bleaching of tiles & general cleaning to earn my keep, but barely left the house to gather firewood & feed the dogs – the neighbour grazes his cattle ...
... spiky woody stems called Nalca - the inner core of which apparently tastes like apple, but I’m doubtful as looks more rhubarb.The segments of the cone from the monkey puzzle tree are called pinones and a widely used, including to flavour beer – still yet to try. Then there was Piure, a bright red lump like a big chicken liver and apparently full of iron, according to the shopkeeper who took a big bite raw! – they are collected ...
... I don't think I'll make it much longer today ;). Dinner and sleeeeping :).
- Río Valdivia is the only river you can navigate with a ship
- Don't walk through Valdivia at night, always take a taxi
- Valdivia is only 20 minutes away from the... uhm... Pacific (**** I had to look that up) and my host family has a weekend house there I can go to!!!
- Did I say my host family is awesome??