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... which was bit odd but not bad.
After finishing the drinks, we went for walk along the river front, a bit less frantically. There was a really cool map of Chile and Antarctica built into the walkway but not so much else to see.
We crossed back over the river to get the car on Isla Teja, where we had parked it, and bought some cakes from a little bakery on the corner of the street for a little dessert after our cheese and biscuit ...
take in the last couple of breweries. Valtor & El Duende both just had the
3 types most popular here – blonde (lager), rojo (bitter ish!) and negra
(usually stout, sometimes porter but always heavy on the malt). The latter were
kind enough to give me a bottle of their Cutipay water, which they assure me is
from the aquifer not the river – certainly no shortage of water here for
soooo I'M SO SORRY FOR NOT WRITING THIS EARLIER AND YES I KNOW I'M LAZY
okii. Done shouting! :D
Last few days have been pretty bo-ring. Lots of learning Spanish and (trying) talking to people.
And RAIN. I''ve never been to any place where it rains so much. Almost 4 days in a row. If you ever come here - take an umbrella. You'll need it. But then, hey, who doesn't like swimming on the street.
Also I skyped a lot ...
On the second day, I woke up pretty late ;). Wonder why.
(BTW: nights in Chile in Winter are C-O-L-D, cover yourself totally – head to toes or you'll freeze ;) )
After managing to get away from my (very convincingly comfy and warm) bed I got up and went down to the kitchen just to meet a stranger ;).
She turned out to be the "Nana", the housekeeper, who is cleaning and cooking three days a week for my ...
... that reads Iglesia del Seņor Apostolica Las Lumas' - I've decided no such sign exists - 'exactly 350m past this sign on the same side of the road is the small unmarked gravel entrance roadī. The friendly chap at the national park had said 'itīs between the police station and the crossroads' - there's the police station, but, um, what crossroads?
We found it on what I think was our fifth attempt at that stretch of road. It was shut.