Hotel Puerta Del Sur
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... allot of international students studying on internships. Many come and a few stay on permanently.
We met someone who did this, he now part owns a pub called 'El Growler'. We went there for dinner on recommendation from the trip advisor website. It's located on Isle Teje, and the pub brews its own beer plus has good food. The owner picked up that we were speaking English, said he enjoys speaking to people who speak fluent English, not broken as do the Chileans. We replied ...
... the great drama and continuous pageant that the soul requires; for each soul is extravagant when it dreams.
We receive the strangely coded messages intended for us night after night; yet most fail to follow where their dreams might lead. Many drown in the commotion of life simply because they refuse to awaken to a dream they carry from birth. Many trade the dream that brought them to life for a life someone else dreams up for them. Yet the dream of ...
... way to Argentina to learn more about our provincial flower), a stunning log church, the hotel Llao Llao (pronounced schow-schow) which is the "to do and be seen" hotel of the area with rooms costing between $400-2000/night, and many stunning sites along the way. Unfortunately I was so tired from our many nights of minimal sleep that every time we were in the van and Walter switched to Spanish I would fall asleep. Thankfully, I was at the back and I wasn't the only one as ...
... sample Jorge’s homemade Murta (Chilean wild myrtle) jam – tasty, but very pippy.
Surprised by how many parrots there still are this far south, including places at altitude with snow for several months a year. Saw a big flock squawking through the heavy drizzle today along with the screeching kites who perform a balancing act fishing drowning bugs from the swimming pool – still something to watch here even when the views are gone.
... lt;3 (if any of you is actually reading this :D).
Then I went to the shower, in which (as mentioned before) I cannot stand (I feel like a giant here anyways ;) ) and afterwards tried to dry my hair.
Yeah. Tried to. The plug was to big. Awesome.
I went to borrow a hairdryer downstairs and then started freaking out as I noticed my laptop plug is too big as well.
Wet hair and getting sick? No reason to be scared. Laptop without ...