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... Australian, not English! He was from Oregan, came to study here then stayed on. He recently brought into the pub business and lives the cosmopolitan lifestyle of Valdivia.
The beer and food was good at El Grolwer. I had baked salmon with wedges and a thick molasses sauce. The beer was also good. Delicious meal especially after eating cheese and bread with a glass or two of cheap Chilean wine every night for dinner for the past week.
It rained heavily all night and ...
... will continue to pull at the threads of our lives even when we dismiss it from our daily attention. For we are threaded through with the stuff of dreams; each person is a body wrapped around a soul imbued with a dream trying to awaken from within.
Despite the modern insulation of facts and statistics, at our core we still live in the dreamtime of deep imagination. Despite obsessions with rationality and narrow logic, our nightly dreaming sustains ...
... a few heads nodding off in our group. Dinner was around 8:30 at the Italian sibling restaurant of our lunchtime Parrilla. You think we would have learned by now, however Darren and I each ordered a pasta dish and I ended up with a lasagna big enough to easily feed a family of four. Delicious, but way too big! After an evening of good food, good company and wine (a bottle of good Malbec was $10 in the restaurant) we headed home, excited for tomorrow and a chance to explore the ...
A lovely clear sunny morning, apparent from bed as no blinds or curtains, but had had my 8 hours by sun-up, so no probs.
Jorge was heading into town at 9am so grabbed a ride with him as needed to shop before 2 bank hols – the mist was nearly clear by the time we arrived.
Like Argentina, one of the top 10 biggest countries in the world, number plates here have only 6 digits – outside of the big cities there are lots ...
... NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO :(((( this is the END!!
Anyways, me hyperventilating, ("I need to buy a new cable! I need to order a extension lead! I need to buy an adapter!!!") suddenly heard my host dad calling. Guessed it? Yep. He had an adapter for me ;).
After my live was safed we finally started our journey through Valdivia.
First he showed me the nearest supermarket and also a booth at the street (will post a picture of that next time - pretty ...