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Hola Chile! After a quick stopover in rainy sydney including the obligatory maccas visit and opera house/bridge pictures and a walk around the Rocks, we arrived in sunny Santiago. With a climate like Perth, it's quite strange to be surrounded by huge snow-covered mountains. My Spanish is definitely not up to scratch and there have been a lot of awkward silences until Ric saves me with his slightly better Spanish. We've started keeping a tally of who has ...
... hadn't heard of Kent which ruled out 50% of my songs in Swedish). I cooked myself dinner in the hostel and was in bed early as I was knackered despite being on a bus all day- possibly due to the altitude. The next day I slept in and had a relaxed morning in the hostel before heading into town. San pedro is a small town comprised of mostly single storey, red, crumbly Adobe building; it has an insane about of shops selling tours and tourist junk for ...
... cruised through the city. I really liked Buenos Aires, but would love to see it away from Christmas time when it's in full swing.
From Buenos Aires, Caitlin and I caught another night bus (I think this was number 10 for the trip) to a town in the middle of Argentina called Mendoza. Mendoza sits in the middle of wine country and is bordered by the beautiful snow-capped Andes. It was a very pretty and leafy city. One of our reasons for choosing this location ...
... turned out to be one of the few people here who speak English, we had been warned that English is spoken much less than it is in Asia and this is definitely true. The journey, when we finally left the safety of the airport at 6.20am, was straightforward and once again Rhianwyn successfully asked for the price of the bus ticket in Spanish, although not understanding the answer the price was written down so it was all good. The same was not the case at the ...
... und Marzipankartoffeln. Im Bierregal stehen dazu neben den üblichen Verdächtigen Erdinger und Paulaner auch Hamburgs Bauarbeiter-Plörre Astra und das "Einsam-an-der-Theke-stehende-Männer-Bi er" Clausthaler (letzteres wahrscheinlich, weil's in Deutschland keiner trinken will...).
Im Hafen von Valparaiso ist man dann völlig in Deutschland, oder besser gesagt- in Hanburg- angekommenen. Da die Reederei Hamburg Süd einen Großteil des Hafens besitzt, ist alles rot ...
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