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Travel Blogs from Valdivia
... Kunstmann, a German Brewery responsible for some of Chile's most popular beer. Valdivia seems to survive on beer! We had some more food here, our most spectacular food failure of the trip so far, with Michael ending up with raw mince on toast - clearly some sort of weird German thing rather than Chilean! After surviving that, we look forward to our next stop, Chiloe, even more, as all we have heard from every Chilean we've met is 'the food is ...
... more we all got a little more courageous haha. So Ralph was like i like the song Mr. Bombastic by Shaggy so I requested and he sang it and can I tell you that I thought Shaggy was there with us. Like his accent and tone of voice was perfect!! "mhhmhhh Mr. Bombastic call me fantastic" hahah it was great. Then Barbara did "All that Jazz" I did a Shania Twain and after that we were all really drunk except the brother and my friends know very well that when ...
... pool and massive piece of meat later that evening.
Our last day of the trip was in Valdivia, a pretty riverside town whose main highlights for us were the sealions that swim right up to the fish market on the riverbank and growl at tourists who get too close (they are BIG animals), and the empanada market a few km away, with 80+ stalls and live local music featuring a band who were excellent at tambourine and terrible ...
... AND DANCE GROUP.
- PARADE SQUARE FROM THE REPUBLIC TO THE SITE OF Bierfest, ATTENDING:
AUTHORITIES, QUEEN OF BEER 2010, Armin Kunstmann, BANDA OFFICIAL, MUSIC,
BEER TRUCK, CAR BOMBS, INSTITUTIONS PARTICIPATING GROUPS, ETC.
-OPEN PATIO LUNCH (outside the enclosure).
- OFFICIAL OPENING OF EXHIBITION Bierfest.
- ANTIQUE CAR SHOW HOME.
- START OF ...
... meal and a small dessert of "guilty conscience." We decided to go out to dinner as it was quite late when we got in, so we went to a place that the hostel recommended, La Ultima Frontera. It was a cool vibe in this university town, but there were so many customers and only a couple of waiters so the wait was really long. We finally get our meals, the largest portion of a meal I've ever seen, and very tastey after waiting so long, but then it ...