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Day 207 Let's be clear: this was anything but an ordinary Monday. Monday isn't always the week's most popular day and many are keen for it to pass as quickly as possible. No such luck for us. Our Monday was about 37 hours long when you subtract the 4 or so hours we spent back in yesterday (so to speak) just after crossing the international date line. It all started in an Auckland dawn. We got up and put away Fenton's camp bed for the last time before embarking on ...
... she headed off. I promised to see her in Portland if she was still there, otherwise I would catch her in Jakarta for sure. And so I had a day to myself before I had my next couchsurfer arriving - a South African girl messaged me, said she was doing her TEFL and was going to move to Santiago - did I have any tips for her? Of course I invited her to stay and get her settled in to the city. She had a delayed flight and finally arrived at 2am. She has settled in, ...
... out I will let them fill in that part.
It seems that I don't have enough Christmas spirit to hand over all of the writing for the post so for the final part I will take back the reins. So while Tasha had a recovery day the rest of set out to conquer Santiago's two cerros. After a quick subway trip, a few inclined switchbacks, and more flights of stairs than I was comfortable with we made it to the top of the first cerro. Climb back down and repeat the process ...
... and when I was around people I was mostly showered with lots of love.
So, I work with 2 English teachers at the school, Nelly and Cynthia. Cynthia, knowing my family situation, offered to have a birthday celebration for me at her house. She was like, you can’t just not celebrate your birthday, that’s ridiculous. So I had a party at Cynthia’s house on Friday night. I baked a cake. We invited a few people that ...
... tour which gave us a good look around. There's heaps of stray dogs around and a couple of them followed us for the whole tour. The tour guide thinks that they protect you or something. We're now in La Serena for 2 nights which is on the coast but its a bit cloudy and the beach is pretty dirty and gross. Starting to make our way north to Bolivia to see the salt flats. ...