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Travel Blogs from Santiago
... once you have boarded) and then practically sprinted for the light. Country lass for life.
In all fairness I was superlucky with the weather. 3 out of my 4 days we had blue skies and sunshine, the fourth day was chilly to start but the clouds dispersed to make for a fine spring style evening, And its their winter lets not forget. Me gustaba mucho.
This probably explains why I spent most of my time out and about. Everything looks better when the sun ...
... mass and were given a gift of a hand made woolen hat. Finally at 10pm I was able to go to bed to get some much needed sleep. On Wednesday we had a day with our parish that started with a mass that all the Australian and New Zealand pilgrims attended along with many Chilean people. After that we watched a presentation of traditional dances. We then divided into smaller groups and walked through parts of the parish ...
... skirts and they serve you coffee. It started to try and improve the trade in coffee shops, needless to say, it worked! We ended the tour with trying the Chilean take on hot dogs 'completa' and 'italiano' - amazing!
Day 33: Headed off to the Belle Artes Museum again for the 'Santiago Offbeat' tour. The three American girls were there too, an Australian man and a Norwegian girl. Our guide for the morning was Camilla and she was just as great.
... off. They were using one of the several "100 years of independence" as their arena because it was a big flat square of marble elevated like a little stage. When we come back through Santiago on our way home we are going to try stay in Hostal Rìo Amazonas, do the daytrip to concho y toro vineyard and walk up Cerro San Cristóbal for a closer look of big Jesus número uno. ...
The only thing we saw of Santiago was two hours of rush hour traffic as we left the next morning.
But the road was good and we eventually left the built up edges of this sprawling city and wove our way into the fertile plains South East of Santiago. It is the centre of the Chilean wine industry as well as fruit and vegetables. The scale of their wine industry is apparent as the rows of vines seemingly stretch to infinity on both sides of the road. We ...
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