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... we take the metro (metro! there´s a metro!) across town to our hostel, The Magic House.
I haven´t written much about where we´ve stayed (mostly because there´s not been much of note) but The Magic House, was, well, magical. Run by couple Tannia and Victor, arriving at the hostel was like arrive home - they were both so welcoming and could not have been more hospitable (or entertaining!). On our last night there they ...
... the relief of the 4 of us the toilets were of a good standard that we are used to.
The downside. The cost of things in Chile were similar to Australian prices. And we were now on our own, no more tour guides which meant we were back to speaking our pathetic Spanish.
The bus that picked us up from the Bolivian border ...
... views on the route, which indeed there turned out to be. My seat was next to one nun and across for a group of her fellow nuns, so I chatted a bit to Sister Olga who was from Mexico and working, visiting fellow nuns. Despite being a nun she was still rather aggressive in the battle for the armrest, I let her win though as didn't feel I could push a nun. The scenery was stunning, but the journey that was meant to only take 7 hours took nearer to 9 and a half. ...
... Bachelet, being officially ushered in the next day. Monica, who worked in the government, was hosting a farewell party for her office, as most of them were out of a job the next day. Natalie and I attended the first part of the party, long enough to get some chips and Domino's pizza and drinks, before we admitted defeat to the fact that, being a farewell party, it wasn't the best time to mingle and make friends. The next day we headed to the central part of Santiago to check out the ...
... ticket. Once back we had a little research where would could visit, not to far away, on the metro as we had money left on our BIP cards. We decided to head out towards to the metro stop called Bella Artes into the district of Barrio Lastarria where the famous Emporio de la Rosa's ice-cream parlour was located. We had an ice-cream at a parlour which was one of the top 25 in the world, it was delicious. So ...
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