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man of England appearances athlete [[strikethrough]] and tanned [[/strikethrough]] his face tanned by the sun. - when he gets up I notice [[red underline]] he limps these are he only remembrances of service in the war. [[/red underline]]
Altho' the [[red underline]] German uniform is a common sight [[/red underline]] in the streets and the [[red underline]] chilean wear it with more grace and greater elegance than the Germans did, one hears seldom German spoken here as was the case before the war in the U.S. [[/red underline]] Nor does one see [[red underline]] German [[/red underline]] inscriptions which used to be [[red underline]] so frequent in the U.S. [[/red underline]] I notice however that there is a paper published in the German language
The lingartos I saw to day were [[red underline]] enormous [[/red underline]] there is also some kind of [[red underline]] red stone crab, [[/red underline]] not so good as the Stone Crabs of [[strikethrough]] California [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Florida & Havana]] and not
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so large. There are [[red underline]] Camarones or Lingostitos [[/red underline]] about the same as our fresh water [[red underline]] craw-fish Some mussels are enormous [[/red underline]] and two are a portion. Mine were about 6" long and about 2" wide! and were well prepared The [[red underline]] newspapers give more space to foreign cable news than French of Belgian newspapers [[/red underline]] do.
This town is different from Lima in that it is [[red underline]] almost entirely modern [[/red underline]] Reminds sometimes of [[red underline]] Brussels, [[/red underline]] sometimes of [[red underline]] Cologne, [[/red underline]] with some [[strikethrough]] have [[/strikethrough]] touches of [[red underline]] [[?]] and Havana thrown in. [[/red underline]] Streets clean and well paved, sidewalks of cement tiles. There is a steady odor in the streets as if [[red underline]] modern W.C. were missing [[/red underline]] in the houses. A [[red underline]] similar smell exists in many European cities. [[/red underline]] Main center of attraction
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