Hotel Cristobal Colon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... that there was more to 'stars' such as Omega Centauri and Alpha Crux than meets the naked eye, we were shown binary stars dancing around each other, we zoomed in on globular clusters of thousands of stars, and we were told how old the images we were seeing were. Jupiter was seen as it was 40 minutes ago, whilst some images we were seeing were of bodies as they were dozens of millions of years ago. Mario's enthusiasm was infectious and he said that he never gets bored of ...
... made the trip out to get the final paper work for the car but disappointingly it was not ready even though we were back several day after it was meant to be ready. The car dealer has agree to mail the paper work to us when they receive it, which means we’ll have to have a few nights stay in a city down south somewhere. Hopefully it will come through fine, fingers and toes crossed.
On Saturday we plan to head south to explore Chile’s famous national parks. Until next blog ...
... day to make sure we got there before the French family. We then headed to the market in the town square where we admired the pretty artisan products mum was happy to finally get a copper bracelet and I found some pretty earrings though it was much more expensive than many places we'd been in Chile. I bought a willow pestle and mortar but had to return it as Willie pointed out we were leaving Chile and so might not get it back in through ...
... where we were dropped off...
older gentleman answered the door, and showed us to the back garden of
the hostel, where we could set up camp for the night. There was kitchen
access, a really nice garden, and a comfortable, grassy bed which we
would be sleeping on top of that night...
through the relatively small town of ...
... that we were foreigners, didn't seem to want to pick us up. I'm not quite sure what the reason for this was because we expected it would be really easy to get picked up in such a rural area, where there was but one road and everyone was going in the same direction. Could it be that they were intimidated by my hair? In the end we walked for almost an hour and by the time we got to the distillery it was shut too which was rather frustrating. Even more so when we had to ...