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Wow - how quickly the past 5 months went!! We really didn't feel this day coming. Our main task for today was to finally post home the things that we failed to post home in Cordoba. Luckily we met an American lady working in the post office who was able to help us out no end - even at that the whole process took us over 2 hours!!! Sadly, we were unable to post home the bow and arrow that we have ...
... admittedly I was doing it in my flip flops). We checked out the Plaza de Armas where the Cathedral was located and then went to see the famous Fish Market ‘Mercado Central’ where a huge range of fresh fish was sold and cooked in the little restaurants there. Apparently an amazing place to eat if you love your sea food (which we don’t).
We walked up to the long winding hill to San Cristobal to see the Virgin (Something ...
... of Santiago. Nina said it reminded her of the large statue in Rio de Janeiro, and I had flashbacks to the large statue in Quito that rest atop one of the city's large hills. It was absolutely beautiful, and the entire hilltop was garnished with lovely flowerbeds and a quaint church. And not to mention, the incredible views. It was the first time I really got to take in the grandness of Santiago. I knew that the city is home to 6 million people (which is about the same as the ...
... 1am, and Trini had said that that would be when the party was just getting started! Usually, weddings in Chile (and perhaps in South America in general) only end at about 4 or 5 in the morning. We couldn't believe how many people were still there even when we left at 3:30am......Trini and Jose said it was a quiet wedding though! Ha, they would be rather disappointed if they had to attend a South African wedding. Chilean weddings are usually very big as well. The average size is about ...
... booked our flights for a 10-day trip to Buenos Aires at the end of October/start of November. I can’t wait to see what Halloween is like is Argentina. In addition to getting to know this incredible city, we want to take a trip to visit the Iguazu Falls, one of the 7 natural wonders of the world (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iguazu_Fa lls) and see them from both the Brazilian and Argentinean side (which means we need to start working on getting ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility