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Travel Blogs from Valdivia
... without any difficulties apart from the fact were I had to enter info about my husband ;). Again. Only this time I did not understand what this paper was asking me :D.
By then, I also understood why I had to wait so long. Bah. They took prints of all my fingers. But no, not only the single fingers but also all the fingers together. I can now be identified by every part of my hand.
Also, they took another picture of me. And, by the way, I will deny from now on ...
... two children (2 and almost 6 year old) and the little one is sooo cute :D.
She was playing ball with me and she actually gets it that ______________ far.
Not joking ;).
I also started watching a Spanish telenovela called "Las mil y una noches". The part I understood was actually very captivating (and of course - draaaama baby - thanks Bruce ;) ).
Well, well. That's pretty much it for today.
... I had (in the end they got at least to calls, one email and one SMS from different people that the time of my arrival is changing).
My host dad (Mr. Ramos) was picking me up at the bus terminal because – as he wrote me – taking a taxi that late is “muy peligroso”.
Both of them, him and his wife, are awesome!
The house is really nice as well. It’s located “muy cerca de la ...
Yet another beautiful spot, this time in the Chilean Lake District.
Valdivia is meant to be the cultural centre of the South of Chile, due to its largely German colonization in the 1900's. It is a river town, with 7 rivers meeting together but mostly it is a university town with no less than 3 universities (not bad considering a small population of approx 160 000!) It was a pleasure to walk along the boulevarde ...
... with its snow-tipped peak. The other volcano that was also on our other side, was Volcano Calbuco. (It didn't look so pretty as it "blew its top" recently - in 1960, I think!) What a sight! We got a camping site right on the lake and spent 3 days there just chilling with the sound of the lake lapping 5 metres away from our camper. We had a nice walk in the nearby park to see the Green Lake - walking was on larva rocks. We also went for a drive to see the ...