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- Airport Transportation
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- Pets allowed
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... getting everyone’s attention! Again, he suddenly stopped, put his instruments down, and then this time literally crawled under the seat. Y’all hear me?! Dude crawled under the seat! I looked at a middle aged man seated across from me, and we both shrugged and burst into laughter! At that moment, rocker dude leaped to his feet again for another rendition. He must have repeated this at least 4 times. And despite the crazy antics, his music ...
... a wealth of statistics. On the way back down the hill, he shared a lot of background with us:
- 17.8 million people live in Chile
- 6.8 million in Santiago
- 52 independent counties in Santiago
- 59% Roman Catholic
In 1960, the strongest earthquake in history struck Chile and caused destruction to almost all of the country's Spanish buildings. As a result, most of ...
... of the lesser scenic parts of the amazon the tour does offer a pretty decent bang for your buck. Caimans snarl at you from the side of the riverbank (their eyes light up red on some robocop **** at night), stalks and other nice birds (can't know em all - even me) fly overhead and turtles do whatever the **** they do. Saw some water hogs and even "swam" with pink dolphins. The trip included anaconda hunting (plenty of puns enjoyed there) and piranha fishing, and subsequent eating. We ...
... Also, we will be staying in a camper van and so internet may not be readily available. This may mean that blog pots may not be quite as regular, but keep checking back!
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The Andes are growing 1cm every 10 years!
I hope you are all enjoying our blog, today we hit 500 views which was very exciting!
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... swimming pools are almost resort like! There is a statue of the Virgin Mary at the top that over looks the city and protects it. There are massive gardens and an amphitheater where I'm assuming they hold giant masses. There is a funicular that goes up one side of the mountain but we wanted to walk it. Once we got to the bottom we had lunch at a place called Galindas in Barrio Bella vista, the food was awesome! ...