Travel to Chile – XII

This is the twelfth part of my travel blog about Chile. If you want to start with the first entry, you can click here. If you are interested in the last entry, you will find it here.

The very last evening in Chile, I spent with a friend, I met at working for the Impact Hub in Berlin. It is actually more than 4 years since we last saw each other. When I checked Facebook and saw that she is doing a 3-months tour through the world. And, it just so happened that our travels overlapped for this very last day of mine in Chile. So, it was clear we had to meet.

As she landed in the late afternoon, we met in the evening to have dinner together and just spend a few hours talking. She brought her friend Juan with whom she stays in Santiago and who knew each other from their studies in Canada. And what better place to meet than at Holy Moly =).

Santiago - Holy Moly

It was also a wonderful opportunity to say goodbye to Danny, Jesus, and Victor, the three founders of Holy Moly. I wish you all the best and hope to see you soon again!

As Juan lived a few years in Germany and as his dad is German, and Karen can also speak some German, we had a nice conversation in German and English in Chile.

We talked about her experiences in Columbia and Argentina and about his work in Chile. He works for a company building a wind park in the south of Chile. As renewable energies are an interest of mine, it was fascinating to know more about his opinions, especially when it comes to the future of wind against solar.

After leaving Holy Moly, we went to a bar to have something to drink and talk some more. They were so kind to accompany me to my hotel where we said goodbye.

Santiago - Goodbye

A wonderful evening and a wonderful end to my experience in Chile.

 

Have a wonderful day and take care!

Stephan

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