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... minutes early. At the airport I checked in with Margot at the priority boarding area and asked about an upgrade but the flight was almost full so no upgrade unfortunately. However I was able to wait in the Business Class Lounge with Margot as her guest. There was free food and drink so we had a snack to tide us over till we were fed on the plane. Then it was time to board the plane and head for Sydney via Auckland. Farewell Santiago and South ...
... Montse had a very late night. It was raining again so we were not too keen to head out but I was getting a little bit of cabin fever and really wanted to do something. As I opened the door to head down and make coffee, so I was met by Pablo in the steps. He made a suggestion to take us to the restaurant we wanted to try on the way to Valparisso and then after head to Valparisso to meet up with his sister and show us around the town. I was game and Kev and I got ready ...
Steph and I woke up at around 8am and slowly got ready for the day. Breakfast included again at the hotel. The typical backpacking trip officially began. Backpack on, smaller backpack strapped to my front, sleeping bag and neck pillow dangling from either side of me, and of coarse wearing my hiking boots! We checked out and walked 2 blocks to the subway. Couldn't quite figure the ticket gates out, but we managed and got on the subway. It ...
... military coups, assassinations, communist rule and eventually what is now a fragile democracy. The flag of Chile has a single star, to symbolize unity - one nation, together - but our guide indicated that there is still a wide divide within the country as to whether or not the events of the 90's were good or bad. What was most startling to us was that as recently as our high school years, Chileans were living under strict military rule with ...
... the Palace just few blocks from Plaza de Armas.
The Palace,which dated to the late 16th century was surprisingly accessible. Traffic flowed past the front entrance a mere sidewalk away. Sure there were concrete barriers dividing the road and the sidewalk, and there were low rise metal fences preventing the riff raff from accessing the gardens and sides of the building, but there were no high walls and only a handful of armed guards stationed at each doorway ...