Diego de Almagro Aeropuerto (Pudahuel)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... hot as it is unusual to see people dressed in anything other than trousers on their bottom halves here and we wanted to try to blend in a bit. After a short walk, we got to a very pleasant, mostly pedestrianised area called Barrio Lastarria and wandered amongst restaurants, museums and cinemas as far as Santa Lucia Hill, the remnants of a prehistoric volcano taken by conquistadors in the 1500s. We walked up and around the hill, which is covered in small ...
... if anyone wants to join us here. The kitchen is equipped well enough that we can cook most of our meals at home and maintain our eating style. For those of you freezing right now, I don't mean to gloat but typically daytime temperatures reach the high 90s. We have no air conditioning so during the day the apartment can get uncomfortable, but it cools off nicely at night. With the windows and balcony door open, lots of city dust comes in - ...
... banged out a rather scathing TripAdvisor review of the place that had initially lost my booking - made me feel better and it seems to be the only thing that works as i got an email from them within 48hrs apologising and offering me a 50% discount should i come to Santiago again. Anyway, i did manage to find somewhere half decent to sleep as i couldnīt stay with guitar players on the loose. It was the 14th floor of a 16 storey building ...
... which means Pain! How ironic!
I am all things
Mundane and radical
Fists clenched around shouts of “El Pueblo Unido”
Etched in walls of monumental buildings named after wealthy rulers
Yet erected by humble hands receiving little pay and less respect
Mounted on blood stained burial lands that still breathe
And exhale hopes of revival and recognition
And beliefs that 1 death in ...
... s lounge and I was being introduced to everyone, they all kissed me. At first I thought that I was going to have to kiss everyone everyday because that is what they told us in orientation but at my school, it’s not like that. The only people I kiss everyday at work are the 2 teachers that I work with. The other day though, I surprisingly ran into the director, the owner of the school. He knew who I was, but I didn’t know him. He stopped ...