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... companies rafting trip a man suffered from an unrelated activity massive heart attack and died at the scene.We were quite shocked, but call it selfishness were relieved that we did not miss out on another activity through no fault of ours.Mr Unknowntous, may you rest in peace and condolences to you friends and family. Cheers mate and thanks a lot. Life goes ...
... moss and potatoes are the region’s other exports.
Houses in the area are made of wood … flexible for earthquakes, abundant in supply and easier to heat on those “Chile” rainy days.
We drove along a segment of the Pan-American Highway, which runs from Alaska to Patagonia in a network of roads 30,000 miles in length, linking most of the mainland nations of the Americas in ...
... than 24 hours visit, you may have had a different experience, and I may someday return and change my mind about Santiago.
Chile's Lake District
From Santiago, on 30 April we were on a flight to Temuco in the Chilean Lake District. We were greeted by rain, cold and a very different terrain.
Our first stop was the cute little town of Pucón. Built up from timber, it looks like the kind of town your dolls would have liked, if ...
... all the other churches is made from timber and is quite stunning on the inside. The outside they unfortunately decide to paint yellow which is the colour of the Vatican flag, and purple which is the colour of Jesus's robe. After the church we headed to a freezing cold restaurant for lunch where we had the most expensive chicken ever. The guy said it was a big portion but when it arrived it was 4 pieces that barely added up to 1 breast. For ...
... they pretty much just opened the gates to anybody who wanted to come here and in particular the Germans. As we look around the city you can see, architecturally there is a strong German influence. Back in the van and Adrian drives us to see some llamas whilst Danilo tells us some history about the place and what we'll be seeing today. He's currently at university studying English which he hopes to go on to teach in Australia. Consequentially his English is ...