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... zoologist, went on the record to say that it “poses the greatest threat that animal life in North America has ever faced - worse than deforestation, worse than illegal shooting, worse than drainage, drought, oil pollution, possibly worse than all these decimating factors combined.”
Not only wildlife but fish in freshwater and even in the ocean are gradually being poisoned by a combination of insecticides, and herbicides. Yet the DDT which wiped out ...
... a bus journey to the Chilean coast early the next morning.
So the next morning we were both felt rather seedy - can’t understand why! Thankfully we only had to get on a bus and sit there for a few hours. I slept, which is my general demeanour on any form of transport, unless I’m in charge of controls of course. I woke to see a changing landscape of colourful houses built on hillsides before we arrived in Vina del Mar - why do bus terminals ...
... much every day Mi Espanol es mal. *awkwardly laughs* - Dom, pretty much every day Ahhhhhhhhh, errrrrrr, agh - Dom's Spanish thinking noises ...........(sound of crickets chirping) - Liam's and Rory's attempts to speak Spanish My pack is small but it's heavy - Dom explaining why his Sherpas had bigger packs Paine Grande is as windy as f?$k! - Arman the American, and he was right! It's Not Bad At All! - the weird dude from Portland, about most things in ...
... times zones east according to the universal time conversion. We have about a four hour layover before heading east to Buenos Aires. We will remain in the same time zone as we fly over the Andees and across Argentina.
The currency for Chile is called the peso and the conversion rate today for U.S. Dollars is:
One U.S. Dollar = 615 pesos. Our breakfast at Starbuck's was 7,850 ...
... follow the Camino al Volcan that is a gravel road now. The village is located between the mountains and very peaceful. There is a trail that leads to a lagoon and continues to a glacier. We had planned to camp on our way to the glacier, but you are not allowed to enter the area after 1 or 2 pm and camping is prohibited. However, there is a campsite in the village and a few simple accommodations. We waited until the next morning, and then started the hike, but only made ...