Diego de Almagro Aeropuerto (Pudahuel)
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aeroporto bem organizado
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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 ...
... walk" signals. There are no pushy salespeople. Signs remind you to use the handrails and don't step past the yellow line in the metro. I appreciate it and admire it.
Chileans seem subdued. No taxi driver has tried to chat us up. Practically every taxi driver in Argentina did and Colombia too. Argentines seem very passionate and opinionated and very willing to tell you. Colombians seem very friendly.
The lack of beggars too. Today we saw some. ...
... Centro, viewing the museum of pre-Columbian art, taking the funicular up to to San Cristobal peak for a view of the city, and a long walk back to the hotel. ...
... t pay your coffin is taken out and put in the mass grave with the homeless! You could also tell the importance of someone from the size of their coffin. Some important people had actual buildings as their headstone which looked like churches. Santiago was the end of my journey with Jack and Matt. It was sad to say goodbye to them but lovely to know I shall see them again in lovely London.
... 7:10am. It was so nice to see her again. I knew I had missed her over the last few months, but I didn’t realize how much until I saw her this morning.
Our taxi driver, Johnny, who I had met on my way to Easter Island was there waiting for us and brought us into town. Neither Melissa or I could even believe that we were both here together. It was surreal. It was really really nice, but surreal. We got to ...