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... fashioned markets and there was one right there. Fresh veggies, fish,household items and goods for blocks! And the prices are soon cheap. 2 kg of kiwi for $1, 15 eggs for $3.00, huge lettuce heads for $1! The size of the produce us unbelievable. I wish we had this at home. Let me say again.... The traffic is horrendous! We tried to get to another viewpoint and abandoned this attempt seeing the traffic. So on to our lunch destination as suggested by ...
... I had a 3:30 a.m. wakeup call. It was time to say goodbye to Santiago for the time being (I would be back next week for 2 days before heading on to Easter Island).
There are a number of observations I can make about Santiago, but I think I will save them for my blog on my return. (Plus I still need to take a video of the “walk” sign and the running man.) In the mean time, I am off to Punta Arenas for a day (in the Patagonia region of Chile) before I fly to Antarctica. Can't wait!!!!
... noisy, experience and you certainly knew you were on the ocean. This morning, 250 nautical miles north of the Falklands, we were advised of upcoming gales in the region and landing may not be possible. The Captain advised he had considered the option of bypassing Stanley and heading straight for Antarctica but decided to adhere to the original plan. It sounds very much like we will go in for a look-see but probably not land. Six a.m. tomorrow will tell all. SUNDAY 18th January We ...
... environment the poet worked in. I learned so much about this famous Spanish Lit writer. His house was not only gorgeous but the scenery from his home was amazing as well. With a student ID the tour cost about $2.50. It was about $8 for general admission. Definitely worth making your way there, this was probably by second favorite part of the city.
After our museum visit it was time for lunch where we ate at Galindo. I ordered a yummy Churrasco sandwich and ...
I have not seen a single mouse or rat since I have been here in Santiago. And it is not like the city is spectacularly clean and trash free. On the contrary…trash can be seen from time to time littering the street…especially in el Centro. But yet no mice! There aren’t even any rats in the subway…and you know that subways and rats go hand in hand like milk and cookies or like Kid and Play! (That one is for all the ...