Newen Kara Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... here) there was a landslide that covered parts of the glacier making it look like dirt rather than a glacier. (But trust me, I got close enough to see dripping to assure you global warming is still doing its thing.)
Anyway, while we were eating lunch a young woman, Josefine, joined up with us. She was from Munich and had hiked up by herself. She was on a year long trip throughout South America and had been backbacking and camping around ...
... arts one, as the contemporary art museum was shut as all the exhibitions ended 2 days prior :( also i wanted to check out cerro santa lucia but when i got there security were in a panik getting everybody out.
so i went back to the hostel for another swim and contacted the crew from Santiago that i met at Surfarm and we went out for dinner in the same little area in Bellavista that i had been in the day before, another win with food there. after ...
... Pablo saw on FaceBook that we had been robbed in Argentina he really wanted to help or at the very least show us a good time in Chile to make up for the bad time in thieving scumville land (Argentina).
Pablo lives just outside of Santiago where he owns and runs a successful dog kennel business. He currently lives at his parents house, with his mum, dad, brother and his 7 year old son, Nico. Pablo had said that he wanted to put us up whilst we were in Santiago but his ...
... you which funerals are happening today, whose funeral it is, what time and which gate you need to go to!!! There are walls of headstones all coffin sized and the coffins are slotted on top of one another. You can actually rent your coffin! Your family have 3 years to find the money, if they haven't paid after 3 years they are giving 1 more year where they are charged extra and then if after that ...
... is unless you know where to go! I mean folks told me about the influx of Haitians, Colombians, Dominicans, Ecuadorians and Peruvians which is providing a darker hued presence to this wonderful city in the valley of the Andes Mountains. But it was hard to fully register or contextualize…that is until one particular day when it was made real to me. Weeks had gone by when I was in search of a barber…not just any old barber…because folk ...