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... told in our orientation to expect this so I count it a blessing, my schedule. Maybe my school is smaller than theirs. I don’t know.
The way their system is setup, the students own the classroom. What I mean by that is the teachers move from room to room to teach their subject at the appointed times, but the classrooms belong to the students and they stay in one classroom all day unless they have P.E. ...
... The flight of course was mainly Spanish speaking. About 5 and a half hours and very boring flight as only the odd tv screen from the roof and they showed Hugo in English. It's not a great film either. Had booked a pickup from the airport to the hotel, so got there by 11pm. So when I hit the bed, it all finally caught up with me and slept right through to 1pm the next day. That sleep was badly needed! The hotel is basic and the bed is rock hard. A very ...
... the pass that consists of 29 switchbacks down the side of the mountain. We tried to take pictures, but the steamy windows of the bus did their best to discourage any good photos. We heard the bus ride was epic, so we did the day bus and were glad we did. It truly was a breathtaking ride with some narly, rocky mountains.
We finally arrived in Santiago a little while later at the chaotic and busy bus terminal. We quickly made our way to ...
... Like a well plucked apple
The bars and dining room, invite a visitor
To sit and converse
Stairs and hidden doors
Summer bars and reading rooms
This is one house I would like to replicate
But in my own way
An interesting man Pablo Neruda was
One of fine tastes and huge collections
(a reminder of ...
... along the way including a weird chilian peach drink/pudding, empanadas (similar to a pasty), and fresh fruit juices. The tour ended in a bar where we were told to buy an 'Earthquake' drink - this was picos (like wine), liquor, grenadine and a scoop of ice cream. It was very strong and so sweet - but was genuinely what all the locals were drinking! We met a group of young locals and convinced them we were British actors ...