Apart Hotel Cambiaso
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... while we flew over the Andes. We were in cloud at the time but suddenly it cleared and we could see the snow capped Andes - not far below us. It wasn't long before we were past them and descending so we were lucky to have seen them at all. Fantastic! We landed at Santiago soon after that. Having been at the back of the plane, by the time we got to the terminal we didn't have to wait to pay our entry fee, go through Immigration, collect ...
We decided that we would cook a South African meal for Montse and Pablo - bunny chows. With that being the next plan we headed to the market to get ingredients. Off we went but sadly ended up at a market that only sold fish. I had seen a couple oriental shops on our walk to the apartment the day before so Kev and I headed in that general direction. On our way, my curry nose sniffed out a place serving a chicken curry as a "menu del dia". We sat down ...
... materials. Trees were hundreds of years old. The main attraction was the huge model of the Aripuca trap. We tried matta tea, dolce de lecce ice cream and listened to a hard play. Very interesting to see and explore. Then we had to try and get a bus home. We ended up on the side of the road, in the rain trying to catch this bus and it was really difficult. A bug flew in my mouth and I was crying at how unreal the situation seemed. So confronting but great to release the tension ...
... was a disaster and exemplary of the worst language barrier we'd ever had on our travels to that point.
Following our lunch adventure, we climbed up to an old Spanish fort in the middle of the city, which offered some nice views of the smoggy skyline. From there, we walked around downtown and headed toward a larger mountain within town that has a funicular, which Peter HAD to try. On the way, we explored some nice parks and happened upon a music ...
... rental car return. It wasn't pretty, but we survived. We then had a relaxing afternoon walking around Barrio Listurria and up to the castle on Cerro Santa Lucia. This morning we met one more time with Peter and Judy from Germany for breakfast, and then it was off to the airport for our flight to Mendoza.
The flight ...