Apart-Hotel Bella Vita

Ramon Corvalan Melgarejo n0 8, Santiago, 8320000, Chile | Condo
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Chile- Santiago

A travel blog entry by mattcoopers

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... for the next couple of nights. She enjoyed sleeping in my single person bunk bed and I enjoyed having her. We did go on some other dates for dinner. It was nice hanging out with her while it lasted. She was very sad to see me go and has since written "I miss you" messages to my Facebook. We might catch up in São Paulo. Other activities - free walking tour with Felipe. Funny tour guide who is an actor. We had a good laugh with each other and his constant excitement ...

Two Traitors

A travel blog entry by stewy08

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... the resistance and the food was basically just lots of well cooked meat on a plate, not that I was complaining. 90 minutes up the road brings us to the attractive Valparaiso and to a fairly grubby hostel well located in the bohemian port. Most of the neighbourhoods are lined with graffitied homes and we are able to catch a music event where local artists sing out of the windows in various places around town. The only issue is that the party doesn't stop ...

The overnight bus trip from hell

A travel blog entry by burke1961

... of law and order, which are a breach of our civil rights.....What I found amazing was the division of the civilian population in Chile, with almost half in support of Pinochet, as long as he was targeting those on the perceived wrong side of the spectrum (kind of like bikies and paedophiles).

"First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out-- Because I was not a Socialist.
Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I ...

Return to Santiago

A travel blog entry by mersonjames

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Met at 7.30 by Augustin the driver who took us up from Punta Arenas to go back down for a flight to Santiago. Another lovely morning although there are a few clouds. It's two hours back first to Puerto Natales over bumpy gravel roads in Augustin's minibus. Because it has been so dry vehicles on the road are trailing plumes of dust behind them. For a back road in the middle of nowhere it is really quite busy and at times it is ...

Crossing the Equator

A travel blog entry by abbeyking

... the food carts and serve you a full meal. I'm talking bread, salad, tortellini with pesto, cheesecake, and a glass of wine. All as a standard part of the experience. Also, free, unlimited access to movies, tv shows, and music. Then, in the morning, the flight attendants gently wake you up and proceed to serve a full, hot breakfast. How I never knew that this was a thing is beyond me, but now I think I'm going to start flying to South America just for the ...

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