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... Elkika Ilmenau. We had lomo sandwiches. Tasty and very filling.
Walking back to the apartment we were approached by a man who asked where he could buy hamburgers. I wasn't going to answer but Christine responded that we didn't speak Spanish. The man seemed confused, we continued walking and nothing more happened. Christine is convinced that the man would have robbed us. ...
... picked up Les the day before. Jorge is a lovely guy. He is radiating energy and kindness. Waiting for the luggage and customs clearing takes more than an hour, just because of the number of people coming from the plane (450). Nothing complicated. The 14 hour flight has been without any problem. Sitting next to a German mother and her daughter who are going to visit their niece in Punta Arenas, I had some nice company making up for the fact that Dick was sitting somewhere else in the ...
... and also some guys doing free screen printing. Always a sucker for a freebie I got my top printed. Ross was a true gent and went taps-aff and lent me his top to save me standing about in my bra while it was done. Not that it would have mattered really, the place was so laid back. Before sunset we headed back to Bellavista to start the sweaty hike up San Cristobal Hill. The hill stands 300m proud above the city and the views from the top let us see just how vast ...
... who is overtly trying to not fit into a specific subculture, which in turn has created their own subculture they belong to. They like to wear flannel, the men have beard, they wear big glasses they don't need prescriptions for and are generally annoying). He then pointed out that it sounded like she was also a SJW - social justice warrior. Def: A pejorative term for an individual who repeatedly and vehemently engages in arguments on <a ...
... palace in the city centre. The rest goes along the familiar pattern; people 'disappearing' and resistance being crushed. By this point I've already had a pretty decent fill of the horrors man can inflict on itself (Auchwitz, the Killing Fields, Hiroshima) so other than the Chile specifics this didn't cover a lot of what I didn't already know regarding these things, but it is still important to keep them out ...