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Casa Marin - San Antonio Chile
We didn't have enough advance notice for a full lunch, but they were able to serve us a very nice 'pastel de choclo' ... a traditional Chilean dish, sort of like a corn stew with a couple different wines. They went out of their way to accommodate us and ...
... Pi had invited some of their friends so in total there were 13 of us including a new workaway volunteer from China who is staying with one of Pi's neighbours. Before dinner the boys played football on the grass with a set of goals Dave and James had constructed out of scrap wood earlier in the day. We finished the night off by sneaking off to the cottage with a game Monopoly Deal and some wine which went down ...
After saying goodbye to Sam and Emily who are off to New Zealand on Wednesday, we caught a bus to Santa Cruz which took around 3 hours due to an unscheduled bus change halfway through the journey. We arrived at 12:30pm which was half an hour early from what time we'd told Pi & Sharif (couple were doing the workaway with). At the bus station their were lots of stalls selling chips so we thought we'd indulge in some while ...
Was yet another wet, windy and sleepless night, especially as was up before 7am to get 8am bus. Jorge kindly gave me a lift & we startled a huge hare in the driveway on departure. The wheel came off the cronky car he borrowed from his sister soon after I said how reliable it was – it stalled in traffic with time marching on, but luckily eventually got going.
For a small bus station it had several ...
... The arena was wooden with seats built up the sides in a half moon arrangement and three cowboys on well bred Chilean horses greeted us in full apparel with wide brimmed hats and ponchos. The guide talked us through some of their training which included teaching them to run sideways at pace and stop extremely quickly using their back legs. They then released a small bullock into the ring and chased this around in on the horses ...