Che Telmo Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Ok so here were are now with a wait of 7 hours before our flight back to Santiago unless we can get an earlier one which is unlikely.
yesterday was interesting outside the hotel when suddenly road rage was all the go. A rather annoyed taxi driver spat at another guy and pulled out a metal pipe from his cab. The other guy shouting back drew what appeared to be a hand gun. Lots more shouting from other irate drivers and it ...
... through the city for 3 hours each time, sharing a lot about the history, politics, architecture etc. A really relaxed way to learn about the city. Highlight of the second tour was the finish at Recoleta cemetery, where Evita Peron is buried. It sounds strange to say this about a cemetery, but this was one of the most beautiful, special places we have seen so far:
Our hearts though got captured by the area we were staying in: San Telmo (thanks ...
It seems like only yesterday that you arrived and now you will soon be on your way again; I do hope that you have had a rewarding experience! and as your time here is drawing to an end, it is time to start reflecting back and looking forward! We would love to meet with you before you leave to discuss the best way to communicate your international internship experience on your resume and in future job interviews. This was in the email received off the host company who ...
... weren't really our strong point at the moment. Day turned into night and we were ready for some dinner, so Jakes and I found a few people to join us and we all heeded to a local restaurant close by. The food was ok, a mixture of meats, but it was the wine that took centre stage (as it was only £3 a bottle) and we ended up polishing off 12 bottles (there were 7 of us) before leaving at around 2am. And this was meant to be a quiet night!
We now only had ...
... the door, since we need to change $3,000! Courtesy of Teri's new pal Jane, we heard about the secret change place in the alley behind a hotel, identified only by "the cows on the wall". Put 3,000 in my money pack under my pants and walked through town, nerves growing by the step. Found the alley, found the cows, enter by ringing bell. But...once in, all fears vanished instantly as we looked at our fellow customers who were obviously well off older tourists and portenos. Buzzed ...