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... picture exists :D.
(BTW the guy OF COURSE said: Tiene 19 anos??!... no, I don't, sorry, my passport is lying at times -.-)
After that, I walked (!!) home. Actually, more like ran home. Weather was too nice. I did that with both of my hands on the sides of my head as I didn't want the hat to become the next victim of The Storm ;).
For lunch, I then had a typical Chilean meal which was muyyy sabroso. Don't ask me for the name though :D.
I have ...
... about 10 minutes at Isla Teja which is an island and one part of the city of Valdivia and can only be reached by crossing the big river.
Both my room and the house are really nice.After my host parents showed me the most important rooms (my own bathroom and my room) all I wanted to do was to sleep.
So, good night! :))))
- I do understand Spanish (most)
- I CANNOT speak Spanish (asked the ...
... seems to belong to the riverfront. He runs alongside the runners and cyclists who seem to stop and give him a treat. Up and down he goes, seemingly all day as he was there both this morning and this afternoon. Must be the fittest dog on the planet. No such thing as the pound here, obviously.
And on the subject of dogs, Molly is a jack russell owned by the lady who owns this complex. If you are silly enough ...
... minutes), Paul was inside the station, engaged in conversation with four officers about how to find our hotel. Suddenly, a man in street clothes opened the driver´s door and climbed in beside me. A moment later, Paul squeezed into the back seat beside our luggage. I gave Paul a dirty look thinking, ¨What have you gotten us into this time?¨ Anyone who knows Paul knows he doesn't know a stranger, and this time I was more than ...
... pastry parcels are probably sending our cholesterol through the roof), we look round a local fort. Valdivia was a key location during the gold rush in Peru, with the gold being sent down rivers from Peru, then shipped from Valdivia back to Spain, and the amazing number and construction of the forts carved into the rocks was so impressive back in those times that no attack was ever made on the town.
On the way back from Niebla, we took ...