Newen Kara Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and the fire can travel along the roots and burn other areas. In 1851, the British and Nth Americans who had settled there were fed up with the fire problem, so they formed the first Fire Brigade in Chile, staffed entirely by volunteers. To this day, all firefighters in Chile are trained volunteers and the stations are still named after the country that formed them originally.
At this time, the Spaniards started to reclaim the land ...
I had a good last day in Santiago today. It started with a pretty quiet morning at the hostel. They actually brought me breakfast in my room, which I have never had before. It wasn’t much. Just a ham and cheese sandwich on typical Chilean bread, with juice, a banana, and a breakfast bar. I’m very impressed with this hostel though. It’s been really nice, and the owner Mario has been ...
Got up and had breakfast quite early. The bed was terribly comfortable but we were keen to make an early start on the sight seeing. Our first full day in South America began with a climb to to the top of a castle perched on a tall hill. This was the start of our Lonely Planet walking trail. Took in the Museum of Pre-Columbian Art which ...
... dates before booking accommodation. As we arrive around lunch time we didn't really know what to do. We were exhausted from the flight, tired and struggling to settle back into the travelling / hostel / backpacker life style. We decided to have an early dinner (sushi, of all things), head back to the hostel and try to stay awake as long as we could. We lasted til 7pm. ...
... to much time to rehearse my order that I started getting nervous. I was super confident at first....20minutes later...not so much. Nailed it though! Seis slices of jamon y seis slices of queso! Woohoo. Shame we are leaving soon. I've really enjoyed learning and using Spanish to get around. Where to eat dinner? What better place than right outside the supermarket. I swear we aren't homeless! It was the only place near by where we could sit in the light and ...