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... mall and drove through a bohemian area - without stopping - then he whizzed us back to the hotel. We spent some time having a coffee and changing various currencies to Chilean money so we didn't have to find an atm at this late stage. There are almost 495 Chilean pesos to 1 Aussie dollar here so you have a wallet full of money that doesn't buy much. After a while we spent some time near the river which isn't a river as we know it. The ...
... politics, religion and economic. Three topics you don't just discuss in general, however, everything was kept very civilised and calm. Kev and Pablo then moved onto discussions about music. Pablo is a music fanatic and knows so many different artists. Montse then joined us, she had been at varsity for the day so had come home and had a little nap before dinner. With dinner being ready she joined us. We served up our gourmet bunny chows. Gourmet because we had ...
... and a coffee for lunch. Nap time 4:00-6:30 haha. We met Natalie and Reuben's friend Fernando for dinner at 7:30. We had grilled fish at Azul Profundo and walked the area of Bella vista. Which was beautiful. He then gave us a driving for of Santiago city and showed us where to visit. Could not believe his generosity and authenticity. He is such a beautiful person and spoke great English. He then continued to email us with how ...
... help of our Spanish dictionary app and Jenni's limited Spanish, we managed to ask the people at the table next to us if they would like to share our fries (they understood and were very nice, but declined our offer). After that, it was back to the hotel for a jet-lag nap before an unremarkable dinner at the aforementioned German restaurant.
The next day, we were feeling a bit more rested and were ready to explore the city more extensively. Jenni ...
... through it and creates an oasis-like feel. Very beautiful.
After a long-hot hike, we went to the Concho y Toro winery for a little lunch, a tour, and a lovely tasting of some malbecs and cabernets. Rough duty.
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