And I'm finally here once again
I'll try to summarize things, I don't want to create a huge text wall:Day 1
We departed to southern Chile at 9:30 PM, and got to our destination at 6:30 A.M. I did not sleep one bit during the trip (I suck at falling asleep in vehicles) so it was a long
journey. Also, once we left the highway and stepped into the countryside, there was a bunny in the road that didn't want to move out of the way Day 2
After getting back my sleep, I got to meet the hosts in the house I was staying. They're quite nice, I give you that. And they surely love BBQs. I even attended a celebration where some relatives of my dad's GF (who there isn't one?) where starting to build their house. Oh, and a thunderstorm happened. Neat.Day 3
We had to go to a little ceremony at another domicile, not sure why the ceremony, but it was holy. And guess what, more BBQs Day 4
Me, my father and his girlfriend went to visit a river. They were busy playing around in the water; I preferred to walk around and try to see what spots of the area would be good for later comic use.Day 5
Not much happened today, really, other than the trio
visiting a dairy. I found it amusing how all the cows already know their routine.Day 6
We once again visited a river, but another one, and this time it was by foot (we got to the aforementioned by car). I preferred to go back earlier than the other two; besides, my phone was back in the house because it was charging, so I couldn't photograph anything from that walk. Damn, was the way back long, it felt endless at times, and it having a lot of steep portions of road wasn't helping either. Once back, I packed my stuff.The return
That same night I was departing back to the capital; the other 2 where going to camp for about a week on the whereabouts, getting their food pretty much the wild way... I was just not interested in that one bit
Anyway, the bus began its journey at about 9:30 PM, and I got to the terminal station at about 6:30 AM. Yet another 9 hours with no sleep, sitting in a vehicle trying to see something
outside the window (t'was pretty dark out there, you know? Plus, it was a 2-floor bus, I was on the top), and to make things more uncomfortable, my butt hurt for most of the trip
After leaving the terminal, I went to take the metro to go home. Never did I use it with so much luggage. Walked for about 20-30 minutes, and finally got home
I was so exhausted I didn't even have energy to celebrate, so I did that mentally.
I raided the fridge, with my wild thirst and hunger, later went to pick up my cat to fall asleep in my bed.
The countryside is pretty wonderful, yes; it has green as far as you can see, but I feel it's not my thing, as, I wouldn't live there. And the hospitality of the people is quite impressive.
In other news, my sight issues didn't leave me alone. They're the same. So I guess we can say monitors were never the issue. I didn't play much Wii back there...
And to finalize, I got a plethora of photos from that place, it's overwhelming
We talk about 55 or so shots. Imagine all the comics I could do with that.
Well, now it's time to clean le inbox
Loads of messages await.