Hostal Oveja Verde
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What can one say about a 26 hour journey - at least it's over.
Santiago was smoggy so not a lot to see, then a few hours at the airport where I connected with Susie, who will be my traveling companion from here on.
then the final leg of the trip, 3 hours flight to Lima - in the very back row of the plane ...
What's long, thin and can be really hot? A chile!! Yep, we're in the country with a coast line stretching 4,300km, is only 200km at its widest point and has highs of over 35 degrees Celsius. Bienvenida a Chile! Chile is definitely different to New Zealand, not least because it puts us -4 hours GMT rather than +13 hours GMT which means we've technically arrived before we took off?! Still struggling with that one. We've flown into Santiago, ...
... my nerves downright shot, holding my breath each time he spun around and landed on his butt, crossing my fingers in my mittens every time Noa sprinted past him and the winds trailing her seemed to topple him a bit too far in one direction or another. They are all proficient skaters, but this one day in particular I was feeling rather vulnerable and prayed we might avoid an especially inconvenient trip to the emergency room.
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... sat out in the sun and wound down.
Dinner was nearby - excellent tuna steak. We'e had really good food here, with the exception of lunch down in Plaza des Armas. $50 for pizza and three beers. Canned mushrooms on the pizza, Aside from that great food, Had **** Chupe (crab stew) on Wednesday. Traditional Chilean recipe at the oldest restaurant in Santiago. Amazing empanadas (see ...