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... to bring Melissa downstairs to get her taxi to the airport. It was really hard to say goodbye, because these last five days have been so awesome. We’re both really hoping to see each other again soon, so hopefully we can work something out for Christmas. It was three months since we saw each other last time, and we really don’t want to wait that long again. I’m going to miss her, for ...
... meat". The fair (called a Fonda) was really fun and I'm very glad I ventured out to see it.
All that said - upon returning to the hotel - I did have a salad (lettuce, red cabbage, green beans, chicken and all). I am noticing that everything here contains very generous portions of salt. Not complaining - just noticing. For those of you who read previous entries - the tomato experience was just fine :)
This evening I ...
... There was a taxi waiting! The three of us were expecting to head to a nearby apartment, where we were staying...But instead we were surprised by David to be staying at the gorgeous Sheraton Santiago! This cause a lot of excitement and we were very surprised!
We eventually got to bed at about 2 45 am, and we are planning to spend today exploring Santiago and enjoying the hotel!
See you later,
Salut mes chatons,
After 40 hours of travel, most of which was spent inside of airports, I have finally arrived in Santiago. My first leg was fine and was just a quick hop from Paris over to Frankfurt. However, upon trying to catch my connection to Santo Dominico, I was told that I was only allowed to have one small carry-on that was less than 6 kilos and that they were actually weighing bags. I was a little upset as I always travel ...