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I haven't been looking forward to this day. Besides the fact that I'm leaving South America, it'll be a long day of flying and being in the airport. SCL Airport was pretty busy considering it was 5 am. There were lots of groups of school kids probably going on class trips. Looking outside of the airport, you can see the beautiful Andes Mountains as the sun rises. I waited at gate 20, the same gate that I've been going to throughout this entire ...
... off ramp to exit, we even passed by some transvestites and their pimps who didn't bother us one bit.
The next day we aimed to go to the Pinacoteca, one of the country's best museums. This involved a walk that turned out to be sketchy right before you hit one of the old train stations of the city, the Luz. The station is gorgeous though, looks like something that was pulled out of an old European city. Though we wanted to get to the museum as fast as possible, we were sidetracked by ...
... honest as long as you have shoes on it is fine. Just no bare feet. We got back, exhausted, and needing a nap, so we slept for an hour, and well.. never woke up. The next day, I felt refreshed, although I had slept in everything, my clothes, my money belt, my make-up, we both looked like we were ready to party, which in this case we were if we hadn't have fallen asleep. We were hungry, so we headed to the shop close buy, and I don't know, I guess everyone here does their shopping ...
... floor, where we were given 5 minutes to wander around the observation deck and take a look at São Paulo's skyscraper dominated skyline. The city stretched off to the horizon in all directions - it really is a massive place. From here we walked the short distance to the monastery, where we got to see the Benedictine monks chanting for a bit, which was nice, as was the monastery's church with a lovely stained glass window above the altar. From here, we went to ...
... Society, and will be travelling on to Paraguay with us. Margot and Fran showed us all around the centre of SP. We visited the Cathedral, had lunch in the busy fruit and vegetable market, and were fascinated by the amount of shops selling craft items. Apparently 'crafters' from miles around come to stock up on beads, ribbons and other decorative items. Tomorrow we leave for Asuncion with Liz and ...