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... 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 ...
... And as I haven't eaten all day I got a bit tipsy already. For dessert I had a carrot kuchen. At least they said it was. I don't think so. It so tasted like Christmas - cinnamon and fruity and spicey and just so amazing. I think that was the best cake I've ever eaten (I probably said that a lot whilst in Chile, but one is better than the other). Later we walked around town and had a look at the river and that's it pretty much. Not much to do ...
... or sparsely populated areas. Also, like Argentina, "onces" are really popular – though this translates as "elevens" it is not elevenses as I first thought, but actually afternoon tea! Unlike Argentina buses aren't colectivos but micros instead!
Headed straight for the river dock where there is even a sub tied up. The fish and produce market there is a lovely colourful affair, especially now with all the bunting ...
... 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 ...