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Travel Blogs from Las Condes
Tuesday 5th September Big surprise - South American airline provide a great flight! Good food, smart plane and for only a 2 hour flight with Lan Chile. Stayed on the western edge of Santiago in a Business hotel called Hotel Manquehue, and you really get the feeling of living in the Andes foothills. The snow-capped mountains provide a wonderfully …
We left Rio, heading to the airport for the flight to Chile. We had the funniest taxi driver. His name was Oliviera and he fancied himself as a bit of a photographer. Oliviera spoke very little English but laughed a lot. On the way he took us to a "fantastico, number 1" photo spot, dragged us out of the cab and took a few photo's. He kept hold of my camera and took a few snaps while he was driving (!!) on the way to the airport - pics not that great lol, though he was a ...
... found out that while the street dogs don't have any official owners they belong to everyone and the city collectively takes care of them. Some are even infamous in certain areas because they are always there, they are also some of the best dressed dogs we have come across on our travels with some sporting coats and jumpers which people put on them to help keep them warm during the winter. Feeling very jet lagged, the first thing to do after settling into ...
... old friends at work I intended to go there, they told me it was an utter waste of time. I rather enjoyed it. That evening I visited Nico and Carmen Woodman's house for a lovely dinner. It's always great seeing old friends and we talked for hours. I received some great tips for Playa Del Carmen in Mexico, as well as the suggestion to use this 'Travel Pod' app instead of the hand written journal I had started off with. Due to my horrendous spelling and grammar, this was undoubtedly for the ...
... living on the moon to pregnant men. During one of Paula’s lessons, I was moved almost to tears when she spent an hour and a half telling me about her experience in the 2010 earthquake – so much so that I had to stay late to hear the end of the story. And at Piteau, an engineering firm, we’ve enjoyed some fabulous cookery demos, Masterchef-style. The daily commute can be tough, especially as I sometimes have to travel during rush hour. The Santiago ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet