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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was a long day. It started in Sydney at 6am when we woke and then caught the shuttle bus to the International Terminal at 7-10am. After check-in and customs etc we had an hour in the Qantas Lounge before boarding our Lan Chile flight. We were away right on time at 9-30am and had an uneventful 2 and a half hour flight to Auckland.
We've always been one for adventure so why not start with the trip to Santiago? Our tickets to South America were Delta buddy passes so the only way we could fly was if there were seats on the flight. Our original flight was supposed to leave at 9pm on Sunday but at 7pm on Saturday we learned our flight was over booked. If we were going to make it to Chile we had to leave pronto. We hopped ...
... when people had to evacuate homes and couldn't take their pets. I just wonder what mischief Scout would get up to if let to his own devices in the day! We took a funicular up the top of a hill to get some pics of the city which was good to see how huge the place was. Overall, Santiago seems like a pretty cool city. It hasn't got all the excitement of Rio and Buenos Aires but it looked after us ...
... me where I could go. At this place the lady said she'd do it for $5500. Feeling tired I just went with it. I then headed back to the hostel, picked up Rach and Ash - and we headed to La Vega market. On the way we found this amazing fruit and vegetable market where food was crazy cheap! It was so exciting. We then found La Vega market which not as school as I'd hoped. We considered getting food but its too ...
... we had the card.
Unfortunately the next day was one of those days were the toilet becomes your best friend and Andy ended up in bed for most of the day, quite ill. I will spare you all the details of that particular 24 hours.
The next day we headed to Plaza de Armas and the central food market. We stopped by the presidential building and various statues and fountains. Outside the market I had ´a moment´ with a street dog. Strays ...