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... He gives us some valuable information on how to deal with road blocks and perceived flaws the police may discover on our cars. Some arguments may work better than others, he tells us with a sense of understatement. He gets us some delicious Sushis for starters and it is not before half past eleven when we say goodbye to him in order to find a restaurant where we can have a main course on a terasse outside. Paulo and Perla join us as our guests. When we leave the restaurant after ...
... Yugoslav, a scenic street at the top of this hill.
The streets were very narrow, but perhaps the most surprising thing was the most of the buildings were heavily influenced by British architecture. HUH? Where's the Spanish influence? I learned that this area of Chile was heavily settled by the Brits and Germans hence the difference in the architecture from other areas of Chile Who knew?
The other cool feature was all the ...
We were picked up by Touristik at our hotel, for the Panoramic tour of the Andes. The spiel started - "Now, it is summer so snow is all melted. There are 60 hairpin bends so if you feel dizzy, please tell me - and in extreme conditions I will give you one of these "- a sick bag ! After 20 hairpin bends the first hand went up - and we all got out of the bus, whilst mrs Dizzy smelt the mountain air, drank water and ...
... the papers and buying a car in Chile. Now we are just in the process of actually finding out how to pay the money, once we figure this out we pick up our new car up on Friday. If anyone is crazy enough to buy a car in Chile we highly recommend Eduardo, he has been amazing he has helped us arrange everything from insurance to toll passes.
At the end of our long days, we often finish of by having an ice-cream at the bustling Plaza de Arms and do a ...
... said our final goodbyes and left, hopefully one day we can repay the favour to Pablo in England. If not, we'll just have to go back to Chile!
Things we have learned
1 When we title our blogs after a crime we seem to get more views, hence the title.
2 If we get a dog, it will definitley be a golden retriever.
3 Chileans barbeque their meat better than Argentina!