Armon Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... my favourite New Zealand sweet, Whittakers L&P flavoured chocolate. After our second flight we arrived in Santiago, Chile. The landing in Santiago was one of the most scenic I have ever experienced. As we were flying in, the sea of white clouds underneath us gave way to a barricade of snow capped mountains. Even though I have been to South America a couple of times already, the sight of the Andes never fails to take my breath away! Once in Santiago, The girls had a ...
... to a light we were drawn in with the promise of sweet smelling wine and salted meat. Our Union Jacks flourished as we perused the market place, every breath singing Jerusalem - the gringo's had arrived. Peso signs flashed in the eyes of the restaurant frontmen, 'For you, Sir...' 'Come this way, Madam...' 'Please see the special...'. We weren't stupid, we knew from the advice of previous generations, never take the first offer. After nearly completing a full circuit ...
... cross the street, and go to the spa of their choice. It's kind of like a thermal spa amusement park/toga party.
I have never been a huge fan of community hot tubs, and after taking microbiology in school and also having been personally introduced to the joys of Shigella, it really is not my favorite pastime. I was thinking that these were natural pools that you hike/walk to and soak in the hot water. Anyway, my fault again for ...
... br> I am so sad to leave here. This has been such an amazing trip, between riding, the different cultures, the phenomenal people we have met, the scenery, and most of all - doing this all with such an wonderful man! What an experience to have together. I couldn't love him more for all he has been to me during these weeks!! My mechanic, my interpreter, my psychiatrist, and just being my other half. Poor guy.....;0)
See you all soon! ...
... I didn't recall getting any type of customs forms during the flight. Luckily for me, this ended up being the easiest customs process. I literally handed over my passport, got my thumb e-fingerprinted, they stamped the passport, I then got it back, and was on my way! First thing I did was withdraw some Uruguayan Pesos. After I got the pesos, I went to catch the bus to the Tres Cruces bus station in Centro.
The bus was an amazing deal, especially since I read cabs ...