Adela y Helmut
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... heavier rain. Given, I’ve not seen water fall from the sky in four months... I still don’t miss it. The doomed animal arrived in the back of a van, blissfully unaware of its fate. I suppose it was a good looking as sheep go, I grew up surrounded by farms so I should be able to rate a prime cordero. Like I should know the names of all plants because my mum’s a gardener. I suppose they don’t make kids like they used to and ...
... in was equally spectacular and we hiked through mountains adorned with autumn leaves and Araucania trees (Monkey Puzzle trees) that make me think of 10 little monkeys on a bed.
Coming back into my world of frustration, my study is the uses and perceptions of contraceptives in two distinct indigenous populations in rural areas. I’m conducting surveys in rural schools and interviewing occidental doctors and traditional practitioners such as the ...
I decided to meet up my friend from the border of Argentina-Chile in Temuco. Once I got there I found out he was going to work on the North border of Chile and only come back on March 01.
My flight back to US is March 2 so I decide to go back to Pucon and enter Argentina one more time.
After leaving Chinquilihuin, we crossed to the other side of the Andes and into Chile for a couple of nights in the town of Temuco and a one night rural home stay with the Mapuche of Chile. The decent out of the mountains and into Chile was incredible. Chile, or at least the part we visited, is very green. It is seriously almost rainforest green. It is the type of vibrant, living green that is only possible in spring of ...
Having decided to originally cross into Argentina via the Cruce de los Lagos, Puerto Montt (Chile) to Bariloche (Argentina!), we then looked at costs of around $160 each, looked at our banks and decide that actually hmm.. No. This is a border crossing made using several ferry/bus combinations over the Andes via the apparently spectacular Lakes District. We had decided instead on a simple overnight bus Santiago to Mendoza as we are now becoming accustomed to. Suggesting this to ...