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... del Armas, and the town has a vibrant atmosphere. It is really good know it was safe for me to walk throughout the town and suburbs on my own.
Valdivia is a university town. There are a number of universities including the largest university, Universidad Austral de Chile, located on Isle Teje (an island across a bridge from Valdivia) plus the Centre for Scientific Studies (a private institution). Valdivia has a large student population, about a quarter of the total ...
... at the darkness within us. They speak a language improvised just for us as they provoke and whisper, warn and even threaten in order to awaken us from the sleep of our common lives. They burn with information about they way our soul would incline us to live. They flicker in the night and settle in the soul’s deep labyrinth only to revive and intensify when we approach major turning points in life. Our dreams are the nightly evidence that we remain ...
... get 15 pesos per dollar. Our late afternoon we spent on a 3.5h tour of the surrounding area called the Circuit Chico (~65km by van) with our driver and guide Walter. Walter was pretty impressive, rotating nonstop in English then Spanish and occasionally in Portuguese as he ferried our group (plus a 5 others) between the sites in the National Park. Highlights included the chair lift. Cerro Campanario, with it's panoramic views, a rose hip tea and beauty shop (yep I came ...
Some of the family descended for a late one, but very tired and unable to talk Spanish when tired, so retired.
No-one moving until 8.30 so loitered in bed until then. As forecast, couldn’t do much outside in the drizzle preceding the heavy rain. Such a shame as a rowing race today in all the traditional
fisherman’s skiffs. Pointless in vis so bad - this place is not called Niebla (translates
as “mist”) for nothing!
... some things to me. In Spanish. I was shocked I could understand her.
She also went outside the backdoor with me to show me two cabaņas where two chilean students are living, "dos chicos".
And she also told her husband not to speak German with me, because I have to be able to speak to chilean guys ;) (did I say they are awesome???).
I also got the Wifi password which was directly followed by an instant fixation on my phone. What can I say, I miss ...