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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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Today was the day that I finally left Mendoza and Argentina, with my bus leaving at 9.30 I was packed, washed and ready at 8:50. After saying goodbye to some of the last people in the hostel I left with a great love for Argentina.
Afer about 3 months of travelling, this was the first part of the journey I was doing on my own which mostly …
... to the convenience store around the corner (see pic, it's name was interesting - note that I don't often take shop pictures, but I have a collection including of Skyla (women's intimate apparel) in Singapore and Compa (photos) in Kotar) where I picked up a 6pack ofBolivian beer for about $8 and a bottle of Chilean C******nay for $10. No, I will not drink them in one sitting - I am here for a few nights.
Other than noticing a university around the corner and snapping ...
... in the house. There were no lights on anywhere. This is unusual because I am usually the last one to get up of the people who have to leave in the morning. Now, normally if my host sister is not going to go to school, I get notified because we ride together. Her "tío" (uncle) comes to pick us both up everyday unless his son is not going to school that day. When this happens, again I am notified well before it is time to go. But on this day, I looked in ...
... money: Argentina.
Some things I couldn`t have done without: Antisan mosquito cream (so amazing), a plastic folder for keeping maps and other papers in, my apparently water proof camera bag.
Top 5 Cities:
1. Kyoto 2. Tokyo 3. Ho chi Minh 4. Buenos Aires. 5. Rio.
And that`s all folks. I hope you have enjoyed this series of Matt`s blogs. Peace out.