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... shared ride) to our hotel was easy as well. The room we rented was actually in an apartment building, but the owner rents to travelers. It was a small studio and worked out great for us. After a nap, we went out to explore the area. We were in a nice location, a quick 10 minute walk to a main plaza where there were street performers, outdoor cafes, shops, and tons of pedestrians. Since it is summer here, we think there was a good mix of locals and vacationers. ...
... force even when there is no sight of a weapon. And jurors feel that these individuals are justified as well. How else do we explain the acquittals of so many culprits who have shot and killed when their victims have been weaponless? Even the Amadou Diallo killing in 1999 shows the extreme hypocrisy and ridiculousness of it all. Many have forgotten about this case of a poor, 22 year old immigrant from the West African country of Guinea who was shot dead by the ...
... yukka. A lot of meat eaters in the South especially in Argentina where there are heaps of BBQs. Portion sizes are generally very big with many places allowing you to share one meal between two.
5. Things are a lot cheaper in the poorer countries of Ecuador and Bolivia and the dearest countries are Brazil and Chile.
6. We constantly saw Eucalyptus trees and many of them are very big and old
... to board our plane to Santiago...can you believe it.....I am actually in Santiago, after departing from Lima some three weeks ago now. My journey through Peru, Bolivia and Chile has been filled with so many experiences that have exceeded my preconceptions, prior understanding and knowledge. My perspective on mankind and in particular this special place....South America, has indeed been enlightened and there is broadening yet....as it's not over. My first day in Santiago has ...
... well as religion in Chile.
The Gabriela Mistral Cultural Centre was absolutely buzzing with lots of kids dancing outside. They use the floor to ceiling windows as mirrors while they practice their dance moves.
The final stop of our tour was in a bar where they gave us a free drink of strawberries and red wine called something we forgot. It was nice enough but their beer was better. We had a couple more drinks chatting with another Scottish guy, ...