Casa Condell

Av. Condell 114 Providencia, Santiago, Chile | Hostel

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Santiago: The Old And The New.

A travel blog entry by nickjackets


... km. It took me two solid days of walking to discover all of the city as opposed to Buenos Aires,which took me four days.

Seven million people live in the metropolitan area which is 42% of the countries 17 million people.It is fast paced,industrious and full of the energy of optimism that is so characteristic of emerging nations.

The Park metropolitan forms the Western boundary of the city on the West bank of the Mapocho River.It is actually a ...

Days 359 - 364: The Capitals of Peru and Chile

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... two legs to a new level, maybe even blondes with a limp. These shops had blackened out windows and ladies wearing skimpy bikinis. How long do you reckon it took before that got old? Not long! Now the city has three versions, the third being a 'happy minute coffee shop'. Throughout the day, the manager will lock the door of the coffee shop and give the coffee drinkers a 1 minute NAKED dance on the table. The whole thing probably sounds like a brothel or a joke but ...


A travel blog entry by kingy2


... smoke pollution. It's not a particularly pretty city, more just like some urban sprawl. Back to the bars for some more R&R before heading back to the apartments. Taxi back out to Pio Nono, which is the area where we had drinks earlier. The taxi driver speaks no English at all but is entertaining none the less. He seems to talk to us about Margret Thatcher for a bit, after a lull in the conversation he points to the full moon and begins to do ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by tsundy


... to pick me up. When she did, we picked Rach and headed to the airport. Mum said a quick goodbye and headed back to school. We then met Ash at the airport and checked our luggage in. Ash then said goodbye to her family. Her mum is so cute - she was crying! And then Arishma goes to hug ashy and she just turns away. So funny. We then got some lunch, breezed through customs and boarded our plane. I fell asleep pretty quickly cause I was knocked out from our morning exercise. When ...


A travel blog entry by beccie_andy


... America are a real problem, there are estimated to be 250,000 in Santiago alone. No doubt the moment meant far more to me than it did to him, but it still left us feeling very sad. Unfortunately, not long after that, the same issues Andy had the day before then got me and we had to cut the day short and head back to the house. Public toilets in Santiago are very over-priced.

And that was it for Santiago, we left for Valparaiso the next day.



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