Santa Lucia Green House
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... the big massive fruit and vegetable market) which has cafés dotted around where you can get a well priced meal. I also want to head out to valparaiso, which is the coast with a unesco world heritage listed village. They also have a free walking tour there which would be great, but I might put it off till my chest clears up from this flu or whatever it is. That's it for now, hopefully next time I write I will actually have something of substance to say. Enjoy the pictures of my new ...
... a wealth of statistics. On the way back down the hill, he shared a lot of background with us:
- 17.8 million people live in Chile
- 6.8 million in Santiago
- 52 independent counties in Santiago
- 59% Roman Catholic
In 1960, the strongest earthquake in history struck Chile and caused destruction to almost all of the country's Spanish buildings. As a result, most of ...
... they were in Argentina. Tom says "where are you", I said, "Chile". Cut a long story short. He's in Chile too. I thought he was having me on and he thought I was having him on. Anyway so their hostel was just around the corner from mine. I know right. Weird, coincidence, MADD ****. Best way to end my trip, with the people I started it with. Day 93- Flight from Chile to home, Sydney. Final stretch. I got a transfer shuttle bus to the airport. It cost ...
... a coffee. Probably the best coffee Iv had, served in a clear glass and topped with a mountain of cream! Since then we've had a few big nights out experiencing the nightlife. Been lucky enough to meet some good people who have taken us under their wing and showed us a good time. Friday night we went to a house party in the suburbs for drinks, then to a nightclub which had four different rooms, all of which were packed with people dancing and DJs playing. It was ...
... one, but with a hand written sign tacked to the gate reading (my translation) "Mr. Visitor, the river flow is a little low. The waterfalls are dry." At this point, we bailed, as it was getting late and we still had many more kilometers to cover.
Next stop on our agenda was to visit the world's biggest swimming pool. Before we left Pittsburgh, Noa had found out about this pool when searching for interesting facts about South America on the internet. It apparently covers ...