Apart Hotel Monteverde

Pio Nono 19, Santiago, Chile | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santiago

Back Across the Andes to Santiago

A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves


... sup> time today. It was so frustrating. If they want visitors in these countries, and they do, they best get their act together and be a lot more friendly to foreigners. They really do act like such ********. And they are in no hurry to get anything done. It’s all on their time, not yours.

We stopped for a quick bite of lunch at about 2:30. We each had a nasty ham and ...

Beginning in Santiago, picking up N788W

A travel blog entry by harry4123

... business EDX Wireless (www.edx.com) is worth more than an hour of a ferry pilot’s time. Fuel, hotels, handlers, airport and navigation fees would all be the same whether I was flying or the ferry pilot was flying. Besides, I had already flown along the west coast of South America northbound a year ago and visited the destinations that interested to me like Machu Picchu, so I wasn’t missing out on that by having the plane flown to Santiago ...

Last day blues

A travel blog entry by guyfairbank

... to get change from his pocket, which caused the car to veer violently to the right, nearly knocking a cyclist over. I spent the last few pesos on water and two lollipops. If I hadn't bought a return metro ticket I'd have had enough for one last beer. Oh well, there's always the plane. I was sad to leave Chile. After three weeks I'd almost got used to the country and its people. I'd spent four weeks in South America and now it was time to head west to ...

Wine not?

A travel blog entry by guyfairbank


Up at 01:30. Not a good time. I managed to get a seat at the back and tried to snooze a bit, though Peter's bright iPad didn't help. As we arrived at Punta Arenas airport dawn was breaking. The plane was packed with tourists returning from the Antarctic. I particularly liked the three brothers wearing llama and penguin cardigans. A Christmas present I wondered? I sat behind a man who looked as though he hadn't visited a barber's in over a year. I managed to get a window seat once again ...

Chilling Out

A travel blog entry by randdstanley


... army.

This afternoon we toured the Underraga vineyard. Cognoscenti will reognise the name from Majestic, Waitrose or the Wine Soc. Buenos vinos!

Lovely weather here. in the mid 20s and sunny.

Sorry for the brevity of the blog, but sharing it on hotel computer as internet no funziona tambien in our room.

Off now for a pint.

Hasta luego.

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