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... and apparent godlessness attracts some Jehovah's Witnesses who enlighten us by asking heavy questions, and leave us new material for practicing our translating. Taking advantage of our distraction, the sun crisps us up a little. The game of tag has begun and we move out of the sun to for lunch. Mountains of salad send us off to the bus station for the ride back into Santiago. On the way in, the edge of the city reminds us why we are leaving, then the center ...
... at the Carol concert where on introducing me to his friend; his friend announced 'my brother died in this church'. There was a very awkward silence afterwards. However they turned out to be a lot of fun though there were various heated debates over dinner! We had a huge piece of Chilean salmon and vegetables forward by tiramisu and lots of wine. All lovely and a fun evening.Christmas morning we got everything ready for Magda's family to arrive, Magda had a large family and tried ...
We caught the Tur Bus from Santiago to Valparaiso in the normal classic class and this cost 3,400 pesos each (around NZ$9) for the 1 1/2 hour trip. Very comfortable bus that showed a movie (although didn't have any sound, think you can plug your earphones in). Once we arrived at the bus station in Valparaiso we opted for a taxi as we had luggage. This was a good choice and the driver was a careful drive and stuck to the road rules. ...
... against the window, making me smile. Safe to say he is going to enjoy his new job... There are so many excitable kids on the train, clutching buckets and spades for their day at the beach. Funny how you can travel to the other side of the world yet some things are exactly the same. Jack and I laugh, remembering beach days as kids and getting brain freeze in the North Sea. If I showed you a photograph of the seafront here, with its ...
... start cooking some local Chilean cuisine!
Our menu consisted of the following:
Homemade Chilean Pebre salsa
Avocado & Fish terrine
Pastel de Chocio (Corn pie)
Boris handed out the tasks to the various people as we all began to help, although I think some of the women believed I had been set aside ...