Diego de Almagro Aeropuerto (Pudahuel)
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... and lots of people dancing to what I understood to be traditional Chilean music (typically telling some type of boy meets girl story).
Many people were dressed in traditional garb and there were lots and lots of large hats. Especially precious were the little girls and boys dressed up in costume and either dancing or performing on horses. While everything smelled incredible rich and BBQy, I did not venture to eat ...
... to Chile the guide books are not up to date on the fact that as of two months ago there is no longer a reciprocity fee for US citizens entering the country, so yay for that pleasant surprise! Immediately leaving the airport I was literally bombarded with people pushing taxi signs in my face. I noticed this was not happening to everyone, I guess maybe they caught that deer in the headlights look I ...
... waiting for me, I definitely could not wait until midnight and decided to come back for it the next day, leaving me with only my computer and camera my first night and morning in Santiago. However, as I write this, I currently have my bag and all of my clothes and all is right in the world.
This ends the story of my adventures in Frenchland this time, however, I am sure that I will return!
From Santiago, with love,
... and we even did a 4 hour walking tour of Santiago and bought a tour ticket to valparaiso for the next day. We saw so much of Santiago on the tour that it's impossible for me to write everything in this blog but it's been an amazing first day here and no fights between us.. Yet haha The last thing we did was take a cable car (funicular) up the San cristobel hill to see the lovely views of Santiago at sunset We basically crawled back to the ...
... like a train on tracks but very steep, another form of transportation we have completed. The ticket included a stop of half way up as there was a zoo there for people to go and look around. It was a good zoo to say it cost only around £4 to get in, there were lots of animals including: Tiger, lion, puma, raccoons, howling monkeys, seals, meerkats, gorilla, orangatangs, baboons, flamingos, giraffe , armadillo, ...