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... said as he put down his saw. He grinned. “And now to cook him.”
That day we had casuela for lunch which is a herby vegetable soup with a chunk of meat (Juan) in the middle and then for dinner we ate more Juan who had been spit-roasting for 1.5 hours (durtay). The meat was fatty but great. Really salty. Juan has fed 8 people for two meals and counting, what a generous lad. Christmas dinner consisted of two big plates of ...
... to a good scrub!
We showered up, hung our clothes to breath a bit, and headed out for dinner. It was a pretty long ride so we were hungry and craving a cold beer. We found a spot to eat, and as told by a Chilean friend of ours, we went ahead and ordered the Completo...a big hot dog with mayo, mustard, guacamole, and probably a few other items. It was comical to try and eat, but we stuffed our mouthes with it. It was pretty good, but probably a first ...
... the tour (really just one room, but she is very proud of it), she along with two other members of the Mapuche textile association that Fundación Chol-Chol works with began a demonstration of the weaving process. They started with spinning the wool, and went through dyeing the wool with all natural vegetation and using a traditional Mapuche loom.
This demonstration of ancestral skill is where the perseverance and pride ...
... goal to empower the native Mapuche people of southern Chile through development of their textile arts. The Fundacion accomplishes this through providing training and resources for the artisans, market access to commercialize their goods, and initiatives to promote awareness of the Mapuche struggles.
Now let's backtrack to just over a month ago -- we arrived in Temuco on a Saturday, in the mid-afternoon and were met by Carolina, an employee of the ...
... Et petit détail, qui explique pourquoi le train ne roule pas plus souvent: la loco brûle 5 tonnes de charbon pour faire le voyage...
Nous sommes donc partis un petit dimanche matin dans un bruit impressionnant qui nous accompagnera pendant tout le trajet. Le train sortant en marche arrière du musée, il a reculé jusqu'à la gare de la ville pour repartir dans l'autre sens, et puis nous avons pris la route pour Victoria. Pour les habitués des ...
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