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... I simply have no idea when we have arrived at my destination! The bus terminals are not marked at all (with the name of the town, for example), so you have no idea whether you are in town A or in town B! So every single time it is a scramble to find out where you are and whether you need to get off. Which makes it quite exciting too I guess. :-) But anyway, arriving at Santiago was no exception. The bus stopped once or twice before our (final) destination, and ...
... none standing above half a metre tall, yellow or dirty white grass, and reddy brown dirt.
A Break in the Desert
Hour 43 of bus journey from Santiago to Cusco. Juliaca, Perý.
We pass through a town which at first, by the run down state of the buildings looks like it should be a small pueblo. Every block hosts the exact same corner stores and sandwich shops, and is in the same dilapidated state. 3-wheeled taxis crowd every ...
... the free day! Ed left Chile when he was 6 years old and has been back only 2 times since. He is so excited to show us his childhood home. We took a drive and ended up getting lost, but the drive was totally worth it. We really got to see some of real poor Santiago. I termed it similar to fabelas.. Like the shanty towns we see on commercials. However, these communities are a step up from that. Everything is like ...
... this was our coldest morning. Luckily our first priority on that day was jumping in some volcanic hot springs. The feeling of warm water was glorious, mostly because we've yet to shower. Spending an hour spoiled in warm jacuzzi water drinking cold tea at a spa like location had us feeling like royalty. That feeling was crucial in getting us through the chaos we collided with later in the day. Cutting through Chile's Lake District is no cake walk. Dirt ...
... 100 year old bar La Piojera, and a trek up the mountain to la virgen (Cerro San Cristobal) where we stopped for a drink of dried peaches and wheat, called mote y huesillo. Pictures to illustrate what I'm talking about. (Pardon, there could be spelling errors, as I haven't had time to ...
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