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... 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.
... 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 ...
... of the sea lions and give them more fish to eat. These sea lions don't work very hard. In nature, they're already overweight. At least that's what I think when I see them. One might say it's just their normal weight, but I reckon they're overweight even in the wild. Now this colony is living in a middle of a town, enjoying the fishermen's daily catch of fish. They're pretty fat!
This is life in the Lake District in Chile, ...
... a snack - oh yummy ham and cheese sandwiches - again! Well and a bit of cake.
On the way back we also stopped off again to look at a church and a big tree - again no idea why, but it was pretty! Then back to town and to the hostel - not much going on in town tonight due to the elections. The boat trip was not bad for 8000 CLP, especially if there is not much else going on in town, I would recommend.
We had to move hostels the next day, luckily the ...
... the German Jesuits in 1918. It is a copy of the Marieenkirche in the Black Forest. Had the most divine dinner at the market there (recommended by our host as a good place which the locals like to frequent). A tiny little place with only about 10 tables, but it was very busy! I had salmon (speciality of the area) with crab sauce.... To die for!! We then went along the lake and ended up at Ensenada, on the south east corner of the lake - right under Volcano ...