Hotel Eurotel Providencia
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... boutique one with only 64 rooms.
At sunset we were up at the rooftop bar enjoying beers and the sunset over the city.
It's a bit colder here, it is now 14 degrees Celsius and it is supposed to get down to 6 degrees. Brrrrrrr
Ecuador was much warmer, started at 25 degrees at 7.00am and just went sky high from there.
Cabins were air conditioned, lucky for us.
... the origin of domesticated grains is attributed to Attis or Osiris. In ruins of the Swiss lake dwellers remains of bread have been found which was baked at least ten thousand years ago.
A grain or berry of wheat consists basically of a hard nutty kernel called the germ at one end, a nub of solid starchy endosperm on which the kernel feeds when planted as a seed until its roots can grow, and three layers of protective husk collectively called bran. Essential ...
... one as the guy at the wheel appeared to be of the opinion that the best drivers get up the highest speed possible, accelerating hard and breaking severely between stops for traffic lights. By the end of our journey, we were in a sort of bizarre dream-like state, falling asleep when the minivan was stopped at a junction and waking when it madly careered off again. We received a warm welcome from the woman at the hostel reception. She spoke lots of Spanish ...
... Hotel - Tika Wasi Casa (but Loreto in Santiago and La Querencia close behind) Helado or Ice Cream - Cafe Cadore, BA Barrio - Bellavista (with San Telmo BA close second) Wildlife - National Park Lauca in the Altiplano Day Out - Carnival in Cusco was a hoot Airline - Qantas (LAN were stiff and Sky were sweet but off the pace) Plaza - Plaza de Armas, Cusco Worst Of: Meal - Paine Grande Patagonia evening meals Hotel - Hostal Aonikenk, El Calafate City or Town - El ...
... a few days to kill in or around Santiago. Hhhhmmmm if only we had an amazing friend who lived close by and who would happily put us up for a few nights. Oh, wait, we do!
We caught the bus to Pablo's house where again his mother welcomed us with open arms, amazing homecooked food and simple warmth and generosity that we dont think we could find anywhere else in the world. We stopped four more nights at their amazing home. All the family were so friendly we simply ...