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... drinking their morning beverage. Some of the cafes also have a one minute "special" show if you are lucky enough to find one!
We like Santiago a lot, a big city set against the backdrop of the Andes - though being surrounded by mountains does mean there is an ever present smog cloud which gets a bit much after a few days. Warm at last however, Bob even managed a day in shorts and did a little dance to ...
Last nightwhen I checked into my hostel, I wondered why I didnīt splurge for a little more luxury. In an effort to be economical, I booked a room for $9, which is a fantastic deal, but itīs an 8 bed mixed dorm. The 8 beds isnīt a real problem, itīs the fact that Iīm sharing the room with dudes, (or at least 1 anyway) and canīt change in the room, so when I arrived at 11:00 pm, it was a pain to get unpacked and ready in the dark while ...
... of the hill the sun had already dipped below the hills but the sunset colours were looking good. From the top of the hill we could see just how smoggy the city was! The hill had good views over the city and it was a shame the smog hid most of the view of the surrounding mountains as I am sure this would have been even more spectacular. When the night sky had drawn in and Santiago was lit up by lights the city looked charmingly pretty in the night. After exploring the top of ...
... church at the top. We then became irate at again the incompetence of Chilean waiters. Bloody rude and useless people that don't care about our custom. I think it's because we're tourists because the locals seem to loved the cafe. Back on the metro we headed to to Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos, the Museum of Memory and Human Rights opened in
2010 which exhibits the horrific human rights violations and large-scale 'disappearances' that took place under ...
... On our return to the hostel we passed through the food markets...clearly a good place to pick up cheap food for the locals, but you wouldn't catch me eating from this one! It was awesome to check out the street art at this end of Bellavista. After the big walk we carried on back to the hostel for a rest, where I kept powering through my Michael Connelly book, The Scarecrow. We returned to our Mexican place for a dinner. Between us we tried an ...
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