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... virgin SIM card down to fit my phone. SUCCESS!!! Now to activate my SIM card and sign up. As the whole website is in Spanish, the hostel staff helped me sign up online so I can see my account and recharge. Typing in my credit card details, with the nightmare nearly over, and the internet within my reach, we clicked process. Denied. As I didn't have a Chilean credit card, it wouldn't work. So off I went, back down the street again, to recarga (recharge). Putting money ...
... the equivalent to AU$400. We were both so shocked, it was like magic, no trace of any brake in. We had no idea how they had done it. We informed the staff and left it with them as there is not much you can do. We thought of calling the police but really would they even care. We didn't want it to ruin our day or trip so we ate lunch and went on the tour. We visited a variety of red churches in the city, one of them was the oldest church in Santiago which took 300 years to build ...
Arrived in Santiago 9pm. Private car transfer to the hotel. Rob and I go for a quick walk exploring the streets around the hotel but everything is shut. Robbie rests in the room. An early night tonight for us three after a tiring travelling day. Rob and I do the hop on hop off bus and finish with some shopping at the plaza. We travel back to the hotel and check ...
... could communicate better over here. At night some of us in the hostel watched Chilean Wheel of Fortune on TV which was actually a pretty hany was of learning spanish. It was strange though because there was a live band which played music while they were laying and then in the final game it seemed like the lady who didnt solve the car had wone the car but then somehow she lost it... it was all very crazy and nobody was quite too sure what happend.
28th I walked to ...
... are empty, pedestrians gone, traffic vanished. The contrast with the lively scene of this afternoon is staggering. Like a curfew has been imposed. The streets abandoned. A bit of a scary scene, actually. Time to stay inside. Our apartment is quite small (certainly not as "spacious" as the website advertised), and the kids make use of their beds to find the quiet space to read and unwind. We plan to wake up early(er) tomorrow and get onto Santiago time. ...