Diego de Almagro Valdivia Hotel
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... that we are ;) we found a way up the hill.
Reminder: Never go hiking with sporty German and American people. You will most likely be red faced and sweaty afterwards ;).
After that we took the Tsunami Safe Road back to the other beach and soon after went home because we had to prepare food for the International Market which would be the next day.
So that was pretty much it ;).
Next entry will be there in a few :D.
... was the last time I’m gonna hear German for the next 6 months. Awesome ;).
After that (no I WAS NOT bawling at all ;) ) I got on the plane to Madrid (same which would later also bring me to Santiago).
Apparently the airline (LAN) does not like Germans as the seat number I got was 13C. Good start to the journey ;). In addition, I had problems at even getting the ticket at first, as the ticket machine didn’t want ...
... Get south sucked. All off the hostels are overpriced and kinda **** so we pulled a uie and headed right out of there. The lady made sure we didn't steal the toilet paper or leave a **** in her toilet and just waved us off.
I'm sure this wasn't her first rodeo. I mean chile is expensive as is but $30 each to stay in a room that looks like a walk in closet with no other guests, no kitchen, and ...
... repairs... for the next three years! That was supposed to be the highlight of the day, so our guide then arranged a last minute cruise up the river. We opted out and headed back to the hotel for some R&R. Good decision on our part as apparently the cruise was *****. Tried to find eats near our place but everything was close, bar the dodgy looking a Chinese place right next to our hotel. As suspected, it was nothing special.
... Not sure.
On our first day exploring the town we headed to the river front markets. At the markets there is great local produce and the seafood is freshly prepared but what makes the place unique is that the market also doubles as sea lion nirvana!
Each day the sea lions sit at the market edge and are fed as much salmon scraps as they can handle before a dip in the water and returning to the nearby pontoon to lie in the sun (a little like Club ...