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... box. He removes some technicolour dreamsocks, a little Moai, some Chile coasters, a Death Road T-shirt, then stops with a start as he finds the offending items.
'It's worse than I thought, there are three of them...'
Three of them.
The disposal expert cautiously pulls the first one from the box. His heavy breathing mists up his visor. With great care he pulls the second. Then the third.
'Everyone stand back!' ...
Another late night means another later morning. But this time it's ok because the only planned events today was lunch reservations at 1. So I took the opportunity to head to the gym! We have been so busy that today was the only opportunity to get a short run in! Took our time getting ready and took a ride up through some nice neighbourhoods in the north at the base of ...
... they werent selling food anymore.
There were some stalls of food about 100m down the road luckily. Got two hotdogs and went back to sleep.
I did a walking tour on my first full day and met a kiwi and 2 aussies so spent the next few days with them. Saw the fish markets and vege markets. Lots of choice. Saw the cemetery which is 170 football fields in area. Massive. They rent or buy the space and itīs like apartment style- stacked on one top of ...
... br> We arrived at the horse riding stables at about 12noon and organised to ride for 2 and a half hours. The trek was really steep going up and even steeper going down. The horses knew just what to do so the all basically followed each other. There was only the horse whisperer, Geoff and I. The horse whisperer could not speak any English so it was funny trying to converse with him. We managed to ...
... battle through and after checking into my hostel in the beautifully named Bellavista neighbourhood, I went and joined a walking tour of the city.
The local tour guides were so proud of their city and very knowledgable. Santiago was really pretty and had a European feel to it. What I loved most about it though was learning that almost 55,000 stray dogs live in the city, but are well cared for by the locals and are friendly and not disease ridden (on the ...