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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aeroporto bem organizado
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... finished at the cultural centre. It was originally a conference centre and then the government took over when the palace was bombed and now it has been turned into a cultural centre. There are theatres, recording studios, and performing spaces. Upon returning to the hotel, we went out for a group dinner. This included people who just finished the last leg of the trip and the new people joining. It is sad to see some of the people leaving as we've had a great time the last few ...
... as I had already organised one, she said I could have her to stay and that would be it. However, I did forget to mention to Tamara there would be two girls staying, which resulted in her stating they would only be allowed to stay for 1 night, as opposed to the 3 that we had planned. Luckily my friend Katie took them over for me. When I came home one night, Tamara was on the steps outside the apartment smoking. We stopped to have a chat, and I mentioned how on and off Rachael ...
... first impression, but one that would be no different for most city centres back home first thing on a Saturday morning! The city itself is surrounded by mountains and hills, and has a LA feel to it, due to the repressive heat but also because of the 'green' areas. The are bone dry with ****** rough shrubs.
Our hostel is pretty rough and ready and we hung out there killing time until we headed out for a free, tour for tips walking ...
... even though one night I must have downed at least 4. What they should have warned me about was the insane amount of meat that is consumed during these festivities. Now that is really peligroso! I partook in the consumption of anticuchos (which are simply meat kabobs) and choripan (which is really a glorified version of a hot dog), and by the end of the week…who am I kidding…by the end of the 3rd day, I had seen enough slabs of pig ...
This is just a short video I made to highlight our time in Chile. It is by no means comprehensive and it does not reflect all of the wonderful people we met and good friends that we made during our time there. Check it out, but there might be copyright issues, so if you can't view it, let me know.
Ben and Elizabeth