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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Copacabana, downtown and Lapa and also the favela. I can't wait to do them. That, along with Christ the Redeemer and Sugarloaf mountain, throw in some beach time on the cabana chairs I am looking forward to a great relaxing holiday. Of course I have my reservations about travelling alone - it can be stressful, as you have no one to turn to for advice or help, but then I remember I will be in a hostel where more than likely everyone is super friendly so it will be ...
... As we reached the mountain pass it became clear that we wouldn't be getting across this at our usual pace. The strong winds whipped up snow and ice into our faces and the snow underfoot which was several inches deep concealed uneven rocks and boulders. Suddenly my pack which had felt heavy but comfortable enough the day before seemed to weigh double as we started the climb. Luckily another hiker had already crossed the pass that morning so we were able to follow their footprints ...
... and mally with loads of stuff, and most of prices are closer to North America than back home (Levis for £45 FFS) but there were no waterproof cameras (let alone Olympus ones) so I came back empty handed. The girl at info has told me about another bigger mall so I'll have to try there. I had my first Mickey D's here. The Index is low; a quarter pounder with cheese meal for around £3.
Despite being a major city and aiming for ...
... it shipped halfway around the world? Not to worry, I really wanted this raw cacao. Next thing, coconut oil. Now, coconut oil in Australia is around $5 for 500g. Here, it is $20. TWENTY DOLLARS. Following a small heart attack, I put it back on the shelf. On second thoughts, I would think about the financial, ramifications later. Monday brought another productive day, heading to the Brazilian consulate to apply for my visa. I had all the documents I needed except a ticket. ...
At about 4300km long and a max of 200km wide (the Andes make a natural border with Argentina) Chile is a very long sliver of a country. I went online to try and make this come alive to you guys. Rather than go south from London into an unknown part of Algeria (unless your geography is better than mine) or London to some point in Kazakhstan, I thought I'd use the following: 4300 kilometres is greater than the distance from london to baghdad, it is longer than the whole ...