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... slowly get closer. Before I know it, we are rubbing each other's legs and can't get our lips off each other. I am getting a little excited as she rubs my cock. I feel like a little kid, on the back seat of the school bus. The kissing is real sexy. Loves using heaps of tongue. I couldn't wait to get her off that bus. We agree on meeting up for dinner that night at her hostel. I arrive at the hostel, and don't have her number, & have forgotten her name. The young guy at ...
We got to Eco Hostel, checked in to the friendly place. There is a kiwi that lives here, he loves it. Upon recommendation, we immediately set out to Cerro Santa Lucia (cerro means hill/mountain). It's a gorgeous little hill with fountains, historical fortress, japanese garden and lots of pick pocket-ters around to view. So long as you keep a close eye on where those guys are at all times, you are completely safe. They don't come close ...
... to Valparaíso, just an hour bus ride from Santiago, to explore this apparently charming, edgy, chaotic Chilean city.
Last Tuesday, we arrived in the capital of Chile, Santiago, after a seven hour bus ride rom Vicuña. ...
... geese for herbicides and llama/alpacas for their dung in organic fertilizer. We saw a baby alpaca that is apparently a rare sight-so cute! We also got to see lots of beautiful...corn fields. They are apparently switching out types of winked they grow on large parts of the land, but in the interim they'd planted corn to let the land "rest". We got to try wine grapes right off the vine-a little sour haha. We got to drink a glass of ...
... trying to do a bike and wine tour, and were excited about the prospect until inquiring at the main desk and discovering that Monday is the one day that the wine tours in and around Santiago are closed. Instead we decided to go out and explore the city a little bit. Starting off by going to the Parqua Las Esculturas (statue park). A few blocks from our hotel is the parkway along the river. A section of the park contains a selection of statues ...