Diego de Almagro Aeropuerto (Pudahuel)
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Up to pack bags & breakfast to leave hotel by 8.30 to head off to the airport, goodbyes to a couple who were staying on in Lima for a couple of days, then off to the Caribbean. Headed to the airport for our flight to Santiago @ 12 noon, said goodbyes to our awesome tour director Patricio and 6 others of the group heading to the Amazon & Galapagos. This left 10 of us travelling ...
Today was travel day, a long day from Cusco to Lima and then from Lima to Santiago. The altitude of 11,000 feet in Cusco really affected us. We continually drank coca tea and bottled water to stay hydrated, but even so it was hard to breathe. The Peruvians walk everywhere and seem to have no problems, very impressive!
We arrived at the airport at 1 am, due to the 2 hour time difference, and again frankly were too tired to care. We were staying at the W-super modern ...
... city back alleys to the town's historic central market place where the canine scoundrels extorted food in a variety of forms from the hapless stall holders only too willing to pay a fish head or piece of offal in return for their customers' freedom from hound harassment.
We left the dogs to their ill gotten gains and took the subway (the 2nd biggest in all of South and Central America after Mexico City's) and hopped off some 4 stops later near the city's ...
... Santiago lovers.” And to say “Santiago on the Down Low” would give off a totally different connotation. So let’s just leave it at “Realizations!” Here goes…
1. DOGS! DOGS! DOGS! THEY LIVE IN A PARALLEL WORLD!
I joke with my Chilean friends that Santiago’s wildlife consists of stray dogs and pigeons. And I have certainly written about it previously in my blog. Stray dogs are everywhere. ...
... Along the way we stopped for a coffee and a snack, and to pick up our packed lunches for the trek at the mountain village of Banos Morales area, San Jose de Maipo.
We then continued through the mountains. The views were stunning where ever you looked. We watched green villages and hills transform into snow capped mountains with peaks and sharp edges, always growing in size. Along the way we spotted ...