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With so many different neighbourhoods and hostels in the city, I debated with myself for days on where to book and ended up booking a small boutique hostel called Dominica Hostel ( http://www.dominicahostel.com/ ) in Barrio Bellavista and ended up being right at the base of San Cristobal hill. It turned out to be a great spot location wise and just …
... yet respect the young men had about their situation, and the acceptance of all families when they returned. Finally I'm inSouth America, I'm in Santiago, Chile, even if it's just the airport waiting for my next flight. First nervous purchase: thank god for Stephanie! Coffee and donuts Great having a new friend to share the first leg with Next:Lima Wee Maugham accompanies me all the way. He is a small teddy given to me by Richard in Sydney, a precious little gift. See ...
... feed, clean, neuter and vaccinate the dogs as a public service, our guide Franco explaining that " while they are no-one's, they are also everyone's." We're all ready now to head off to Buenos Aires in Argentina tomorrow, as I'm writing this in the hotel I'm listening to someone down on the street playing the flute and people further away playing the drums.. As well as people honking their car horns trying to get home at a decent ...
Because Chile wasn't actually on the list of countries that I had intended to visit I arrived in the country rather under-researched. I was surprised by the very European nature of
Santiago, the capital. It wasn't quite on the same level as Buenos Aires, but it really didn't feel like I was thousands of miles away from home. I was also very surprised by the Chilean obsession with hotdogs... hot dog stands are everywhere and are constantly ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDominica Hostel Santiago
Lovely boutique hostel that's clean and fun. Decent beds with lockers and lights, average breakfast and a great little bar and coffee shop. Great garden and living room area to relax in after a day of sight seeing.
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