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I caught my flight from Lima at midday on Sunday. I was a little worried about travelling with my arm in a sling but the staff at the airport were really helpful and even let me jump queues. I felt a bit of a fraud, I was perfectly fine to stand and wait but I wasn't complaining think I'll wear my skin more often when travelling! I arrived in Santiago at 5.30pm local time and caught a taxi to my hostel. Once I'd checked in I ...
... comical sight - such a dense, clustered population in the middle of vast, sprawling emptiness.
From my temperature regulated room on the bus, harsh is the word this landscape evokes. I imagine searing heat, harsh wind, and frigid cold. Wildlife is scarce. Vast stretches of sand and dirt modulating into smooth mountains and hills, broken only by a flat, calm blue, which itself has barely any variation except for the occasional roll of whitewater ...
... I had trouble exhaling. My bum was literally on some man's bum. I had a ladies hair right under my nose, it was so tight beads of sweat started forming on my back and I am sure the man could feel them drop down !!!!! We got out after a few stops and had to do it again. This time I literally put my hand out to the door so no one else could go on first and made sure Liam ( I had him) could get on. I had some yelling at me but I didn't care. We ...
... friends, the four of us squeezed and snugged through the cold Chilean winter night. Our first full day in the camper-van was an immense success. Waking up a little wet from condensation eases when ocean sounds ring like a peaceful alarm clock. As we continued on our camper-van journey systems to mitigate such minor annoyances manifested. To avoid condensation we cracked windows and hung sheets along the walls. Cooking became easier as we mastered the stove ...
... floor where Rebecca and I met some of her friends for drinks on the balcony. We sat there for hours drinking Jameson whiskey. The three friends we met there were all Americans, two Caucasian and one of Indian descent - their names were; Kobe, Matt and Ray. They were incredibly interesting people who had made amazing careers for themselves and were enjoying the benefits - although they were a little over Chile. After finishing drinks Kobe was kind enough to order me an Über to get ...
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