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... at the large fires outside on our way!
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In Chile, street performers will stand in the middle of the road at the traffic lights in order to get money from drivers- we saw a range of clowns, cheer leaders and jugglers!
Today is a fairly busy day and we are flying to New Zealand tonight, this means it may be difficult to update you- but as always, i will be on a constant WIFI hunt!
See you then,
Well the first leg of the journey flew by (no pun intended) didn't have to hang around at Sydney airport for too long before boarding. So far so good! Next was the 14hour flight to Santiago. Wow. What a long time to be stuck in one place for but honestly it wasn't as bad as we thought. Most of the people on the plane where heading to the World Cup so no noisy kids! Chels and I both managed ...
... is not a resort town only but a political center too. 20 years ago Pinochet moved the Chilean parliament to the town in order to reduce number of political demonstrations in Santiago.
- We are walking arond the city. It is autumn now, defoliation like in Europe. Most of the urban parks are located on hills, and from their tops there is a great view on Santiago. Visited the Human Rights museum that was open in honor of victims of Pinochet's junta. That period (1973-1990) was a ...
... right in the centre of town, and is a handy walk to the Plaza de Armes, which is the main square in town. After a quick lunch, we walked along the streets. The difference between Santiago and buenos Aires is huge, and being a Friday afternoon, there were lots of people around and on these streets. We found a tourist information office and booked a tour for tomorrow. We then went out on the steer and we were immediately drawn to ...
... in meiner Hosentasche und stelle fest, dass sich mittlerweile eine feste Apfelmatsch- Brei- Kruste gebildet hat!
Letzte Station: Santiago
Die Ankunft in Chiles Hauptstadt ist im ersten Moment ein Schock! So viele Menschen haben wir schon lange nicht mehr auf einem Haufen gesehen. Alle quetschen sich in die Metro, es ist heiß und stickig und wir stecken mit all unserem Gepäck mitten drin. Nicolás ist total verwirrt, schaut sich erschrocken um und ...