Hostelera Borde Rio
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... of the life they have been given. The real adventures in life begin where and when we step off the beaten paths and enter unmarked territories.
Most educational paths simply follow where others have gone, most careers aim at obvious goals. Yet the soul has its own essential agreement with life and its own course to follow. The design set in the soul has more value in the long run than any plan cooked up by one’s ego or career sanctioned ...
... We saw everyone holding hands, papa and daughters, mamas and sons, siblings as well were very comfortable arm in arm or hand in hand.
The cottages were very bright and cozy. It started clouding up today and forecast is for a couple days of rain so we took a drive down to Puerto Montt and hour south of where we are staying. Seals on the docks and lots of fun things to do. The rather large birds were quite unique as when they "cooed" they made sounds just like the ...
... Argentine Pesos from the ATM on our way back to the hotel. To this point we had been using USD and benefiting from the "blue market rate" in restaurants. In Argentina, the official international exchange rate for USD is 8 pesos for 1 dollar. The blue market rate however, which can be found on the streets from people calling out "cambio" or if you use USD cash at restaurants (especially with $50 or $100 bills, which unfortunately most travel books advise against carrying), ...
Some of the family descended for a late one but very tired
and unable to talk Spanish when tired so retired.
No-one moving until 8.30 so loitered in bed until then. As
forecast, was cloudy so couldn’t do much outside and then the drizzle preceding
the heavy rain. Such a shame as a rowing race today in all the traditional
fisherman’s skiffs but vis so bad (this place is not called Niebla (translates
as “mist”) for ...
... my husband (wait what?).
Normal administrative stuff.
Only that we managed to go to the wrong PDI.
Cause there are 2. On the same street. And that street is reaaally long.
As we then managed to find the right building, Senor Ramos went inside with me to explain to the very friendly lady that I'm from Germany and do not speak that awesome Spanish but that I will, in fact, understand her.
Then he left (after telling me to be careful, there is a lot of ...