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... to Santiago, rather than take the bus through Bolivia and northern Argentina and cross the Andes at Mendoza.
Had we taken the bus, the process of change might have been more gradual and less pronounced. As it is, going straight from the restless, chaotic hubbub of La Paz to the organised, cosmopolitan metropolis of Santiago comes as something of a culture shock.
After a night in an airport hotel following our ...
... at all that falls on your path,
Secrets hidden like dinosaurs perplex you, vex you, consume you.
I ask for love, you feed me with visions and insatiable dreams,
I wilt like parched petals over your chest, devoid of form,
You see not the broken body or the tear drained heart,
You see only today in its infinity, tomorrow is fairy dust in the wind.
... slow at getting ready but sometimes I would get up and leave a room or restaurant and then realise the person I was with wasn't with me as they weren't ready. So the opening quote I have found very true when travelling with people again. The bus to Santiago was a bit late but did eventually turn up and there was the usual scrum to load bags and get on. Judith went for downstairs in cama class, I'd got a cheaper semi-cami seat upstairs but at the front as there were meant to ...
... didnt stop the game from being fun for him. By the time we departed Santiago, every time we came out of the door, he was waiting with his deflated, chewed-up soccer ball for us to play with him. Another companion was Simon, a teen-aged cat that one of the kids had found abandoned and brought home, and Digna had adopted.
We happened to arrive to Santiago the day before a change-over of government. The elections had occurred at the end of last year, and there was a new ...
... train to the top and had a walk round the virgin Mary statue at the top of San Cristobal hill, it that looked over the whole city of Santiago, pretty impressive. We then walked down a little into the park and had a picnic that we had prepared earlier, the weather was great and very peaceful in the picnic area. We chilled out for a bit before returning back to the hostel coming back down on the train again as we had bought ...