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Santiago was a bit bittersweet as it was the end of the road for a number of the group. About 10 were leaving us and 15 more joining. In my opinion the crew improved after Santiago which could have something to do with the boy/girl ratio also levelling out a touch.
Night 1 was all about saying goodbye. We headed out for a relatively …
... bars in Mendoza, asados in Mora until the wee-hours, and the biggest night being at a club in the mountains, after which we returned home at 7am, just in time for breakfast, so that it was about 9am before we went to bed! Great times had by all!
- Bikes and wine in Maipu again with Pieter and Boaz from Israel to end the visit back to Mendoza.
... gave a strong message that this must never happen again. I tried to enjoy a longed-for siesta but the hotel decided to renovate the room next door. I said my goodbyes to the Canadians Herb and Brian, Peter; then, after a pizza and ice cream, to Linda. The Explore trip had come to an end and I was about to start the next part of my trip. I suddenly felt alone but alright. I would spend a few days relaxing in this city, not do too much and catch up on ...
Our time in Santiago was short and sweet. We stayed in the Forestal Park area which had a lot of trees and nice places to eat and walk. It was a place for us to say 'goodbye' to Chile and to South America.
I am a very optimistic person. In truth, I can find a bright side of being stuck in a traffic jam... Throughout this trip south of the equator, we have encountered many challenges but I've always tried to stay positive. ...
... buildings, hilarious stray dogs (that steal your water bottles and chase car wheels), lots of bars/restaurants. The food? Good seafood and plenty of heart attacks on a plate.... Try chips, chorizo, chicken, fried onion topped with fried eggs and hot sauce. Great with beer! But I think the beauty of santiago is in its well utilised parks and European style buildings (some immaculately restored, other graffitied and peeling ...