Hotel Dreams Araucania
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... for us - it’s a university city meets indigenous cultural center meets regional capital.
At any given time you’ll see a horse drawn cart filled with produce heading down the main street of town, yet another protest of university students (an hourly occurrence somewhere in Chile), and all of the kids just let out of school chomping down on sopapillas (fried dough) drenched in ketchup and mustard (what ever happened to sugar ...
... several Del Monte and Dole facilities for example.
Tonight we are in Temuco. Temuco was founded in 1881 as an outpost in heart of Mapuche territory. The Spanish, Germans, French, Swiss and English immigrants poured into the region making the city’s architecture a bit of a hodgepodge. There is a monument in the Plava Anibal Pinto depicting the clash between the Mapuche and Spanish.
Here, as in other areas of ...
... and it has been a blast: from single track riding to climbing a volcano to eat great food, we did it all. So now, Markus went back to Bariloche and I am on the road alone for the first time in over a month. I am heading for Santiago and I should be there by the weekend.
Thank you for your patience and keeping me on my toes :)
... their cosmovision; which for space’s sake I will describe as a balance between four different worlds in which the spirits revolve. To care for health that evolves from a balance amongst these worlds, a machi who cares for the spiritual aspects of the "che," a lawentuchefe who collects herbs for remedies, a puñeñelchefe who cares for expecting mothers, and angütamchefe who cares for bones exist. All learn their practice from the spiritual force, sometimes ...
... planning on a simple day trip on the ferry there and back. Last option: young couple heading to San Martin that say they are happy to take us! Wooo!! What luck. Now we had sorted out what we were doing we could properly enjoy the breathtaking scenery. Surrounded by mountains on both sides, perfectly still water in front and behind, and a delicious cool breeze in your face. And all for free!! - Due to some confusion some where along the line nobody charged us the normally $1 ...