Hotel Parlamento

Address: 281 Santa Maria Ave, Santiago, Chile | Hotel
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      My new house take 2, New Years and couchsurfing

      A travel blog entry by dragonfly911 on Jan 10, 2015

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... hunting, and will be working in the head office tracking teacher reports (basically making sure we're not doing the wrong thing and claiming classes we haven't done). She has been so amazingly helpful cleaning and just helping out too. I had Peter and Gwen (the other couple who came over for Christmas lunch) over this morning for a breakfast of mexican eggs, banana scramble and raw cacao smoothies. I'm actually so full I'm sitting at my desk with my shorts undone. ...

      Travel blog. Entry 24. Chile

      A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Dec 01, 2014

      53 photos

      ... warm and sunny. The path followed a bright blue lake surrounded by wild flowers and flanked by a snowy mountain range in the distance. This was the first time we had attempted a walk like this carrying 5 days worth of food and clothes. But we kept to time and were astounded as we approached our campsite for the night. 30km's from the nearest road (the one we had entered the park on) the campsite was situated on the shore of a beautiful lake surrounded by mountains with views of ...


      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Nov 15, 2014

      ... also had a 'Gringo go homes' shouted at the group. So far only Uruguay has shown us none of this hostility. This does feel like an isolated case though. There isn't the underlying anti gringo vibe that we've sometimes felt in places like BA.

      After checking out the markets we took a brief tube ride to the main city cemetry, to check out the various types of burial styles and fancy masoleums. I'm glad this was included in the tour as ...

      The last week

      A travel blog entry by dragonfly911 on Nov 13, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... work. After 2.5 hours of teaching, the system crashed and we all went home. Excellent! Most of the people at work are American, and a few Scottish too, but the thing is they're all so DAMN LOUD. I know that sounds ridiculous coming from me, but I teach my classes so quietly, so as not to disturb other teachers, sometimes my students would tell me to speak up! True story. So when I was wondering how and why I could hear someone teaching three rooms away, I remembered yes, ...


      A travel blog entry by deborah1212 on Jun 27, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... close enough to touch.
      I wondered if we were about to land, but no, it is just that the mountains are that high.

      A memory of the story of the aircraft which crashed in the Andes and whose survivors resorted to cannibalism lingered a little too long for comfort.

      It was not long afterwards that the pilot made an announcement in Spanish that elicited a collective groan from the rest if the passengers.

      Due to heavy fog at Santiago they were considering ...