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... off around the other side of Concepcion to an inlet that once by evidence of old wreckage was a place where ships were built many years ago. We found our first little fixer upper that had another building close by for a bed and breakfast, (oh the ideas we had for this place). ...
... gave some very useful tips on where to go in the ports we visit in the coming days. We also went to the gym but the ship was moving about too much, so that was not much fun. Nicole also went to a meeting about what to see and do in the ports we will visit . In the evening we took part in a pub quiz. We played in a team with British-American couple Bryan and Adele. We met them when ...
... for doubting him. Oops.
Dietrich and I did the wandering thing again, this time only for 2 hours from 7 until 9 AM. We slept all day once we found a place, ate hot dogs when we woke up, and bought phone chargers.
I bought some apples and Limón Soda too.
We went to sleep and got on a bus to Pucón the next morning. That's all I have to say about that.
... explained that children were tethered to their stations to stop them getting disorientated and lost in the absolute darkness off the labyrinthine pit.
The guide was particularly attentive to us as we explained where we came from and the social problems pit closures had caused in Britain.
In one part of the mine the way was through water. It seemed strange to think we were not only below ground but under the sea in an ...
... gridlike street system we found the address pretty easily, but it didn't look like a hotel, but a new block of flats. The concierge made a phone call and we were met by a smart young man who took us to a modern apartment with balcony on the 21st floor. Quite a contrast to the usual one-storey buildings.
We had a few supplies with us but upon enquiry all the shops nearby were closed. He also said all the restaurants would ...