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... to leave the waiter made a noise of disappointment behind us which I think was because we didn't leave a tip, whoops! We walked around the city a little more gathering our bearings before returning exhausted to our room and crashing at only 5pm. We both woke up during the night realising our mistake but tried our best to sleep through. For me, the first day was a big culture shock and I felt anxious about if we were going to be able to cope with the language ...
... on a roast pit, let alone eaten enough. Peligroso for sure…but Chileans lay it on thick with their meat! I guess they figure – “Turn down for What” - since folk are dancing cueca to live bands all day long, they can afford the insane consumption of pork and beef.
The first fonda that Danielle and I went to was in Parque O’Higgins. In the classic example of class-ism, we were warned by some folk to stay away from Parque ...
... at the beauty before us. Good start Chillay.
For a city barely on our radar when planning in Australia, Santiago was the most pleasant surprise of the trip. A solid metropolis featuring BA-esque architecture adorned by the snow capped Andes to the east, the population is about a tenth of BA and a zillionth of Sao Paulo, and the town and its people breathe easier as a result.
Despite the neighbouring mountains Santi is relatively flat city, so we got our Zyzz on ...
... who were invited up were locals, who clearly knew this dance!! This lead to Josh politely declining to dance for the remainder of the evening. Our next stop was Buenos Aires, Argentina and it would be out first flight in South America, since arriving from New York. It was good to see so many countries by land, rather than flying from one place to another. It gave us a chance to see many small towns in between the major cities we visited. Til the next blog, hasta ...
... the tired transmitting Aussies seemed to be.
wonderful to be met at the airport by a driver and guide and driven through heavy traffic to our hotel in Miraflores.
a quick Japanese dinner and my first taste of Peruvian lager followed by a blissful night's sleep and nice breakfast - and am off to explore ...