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... game - USD50 per night. It was an absolutely terrible room. It was dirty feeling with no towels. Welcome to being dirty backpackers! We had a nap after the long flight and then woke up at about 9pm. We walked downstairs and had dinner at a nearby restaurant. The streets were very busy and we felt really safe. Not impressed with Chile's food - on first sight it seems very bland - meat and potatoes are the ...
... over the centuries,much has been destroyed.The architecture that takes centre stage is predominantly from the 1920s and 30s and gets progressively more modern with glass plated skyscrapers and mirrored office buildings that are slowly but surely blocking out the old buildings.The outskirts of the city are dominated by modern gated communities hidden behind electric fences.
The city runs from North to South and like the country it is long and thin,with the ...
... The flight was uneventful to Santiago where we went shopping but couldn't find a cuddly llama to keep our Hawaiian Pineapple company. Had a good, last outdoor evening meal and the Atacama adventure has come to an end. We have completed everything we set out to do. A 24 hour journey via Madrid back to London starts tomorrow morning, arriving back in London on the 21st April. Blog ...
... himself on a giant glacial erratic near the shore. The Straits were carved by two geologic forces: plate tectonics and glaciation. One third of the Strait, the western section, is a fault zone, caused by two plates slipping past each other. The other two thirds was created by glaciers carving deep areas into the land that eventually turned into lakes as the glaciers retreated. At the same time the oceans began to rise and the small section of land the separated the lake ...
... people in the entire world must be the Brazilians! They are the warmest people I've ever encountered and will go out of their way to help you! We've met some other amazing backpackers from many different nations! Some really kind, selfless and fun people who we'll never forget! We're looking forward to meeting up with some of them again in Australia! Favourite sight- again this is a really *******e as there have have been so ...
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