Altos del Mapocho Apart Suite

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Chile- Santiago

A travel blog entry by mattcoopers


... hostel, so moved to her hostel the next day for a few nights. The first night was a pub crawl. Some aussie girls in our hostel were going, and me and a german room mate (Florian) joined them. Florian was on my top bunk. He had a week before his girlfriend was meeting him to travel. He told me that he was due to travel longer but had problems at work, that he needed to get back for sooner. He didn't want to evaluate on the story. He was tired and had an arvo sleep. I woke him ...

Two Traitors

A travel blog entry by stewy08


... 4 hour wait in between. The kids, in all fairness aren't too bad but our journey which all told is the best part of 20 hours, is a tiresome one and the longest we have had to face on the trip thus far. Immediately on arrival we are thrown into speaking the only Spanish phrase we rehearsed prior to Chile in the taxi queue, 'Yo no hablo Espanol' (I don't speak Spanish) when several cab drivers quickly start firing espanol at us. Upon realising we can't ...

Sightseeing in Santiago AND 2 ply toilet paper

A travel blog entry by burke1961


... arch crowned by a dome.

I'm not sure what possessed me but I thought I could do go up that hill. Which I did, very very slowly. I reached the terrace Caupolica (only the Catholics would come up with that tortuous hill) and then saw a ridiculously narrow and steep set of staircases to reach the dome with its views over the citty. Sigh. I got up them OK but had another attack of vertigo looking down them to come back. I have a bad ...

The in between Dimension

A travel blog entry by peteindira


... all around. You try to relax your tense neck and back as your head falls to one side, wedged into that uncomfortable groove between the window and the headrest. The world gently bounces up and down much like a boat bobbing on the waves. The armrest digs into your side. You shift once more into a new uncomfortable position, all without ever opening your burning dry eyes. Shortly after you shift again. And again... For the next twelve and a half ...

Recap of our South America journey

A travel blog entry by humpooper


... took the full plates left, as us both being 'full'... Most Brazilian food... Over cooked no matter the meat or dish if you aren't in a rodizo. Where's the pepper?! Chile and Brazil do not have or use pepper the way we do, apparently this is because they aren't near where it can grow... Excuses! They can import salt from Bolivia, they can bring in their pepper source! Key differences between each country: Brazil, well they all speak Portuguese! The woman dress provocatively ...

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