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... would not have to organize themselves around me. On sunday Alberto invited me to a BBQ to his parents house with his whole family. They were amazingly cute, his mom speaks perfect french and his father insisted on talking to me in spanish so I could practice a bit, while his wife would always tell him off that he should speak french to me! Really cute. After the BBQ I went to the ...
... past us and go inside the government palace. No other people around are really paying attention. When we go to the main square later we see a caricature of this lady and we realize she is the president Michelle Bachelet. Somehow we have been very lucky at spotting South American presidents, same happened in Uruguay. We just can't believe that she goes around with only two security guys, if this was Obama there would a whole escort.
We see more of the city, the ...
... for Rio de Janeiro. Another hot sunny day in Santiago as we departed for our 13:00 flight. All went more or less to schedule and we were crossing the majestic Andes at 13:30. The sky was clear and the views were absolutely outstanding. Interestingly the seat belt sign stayed on for more than 30 minutes because of concern that there could be significant air turbulence as we crossed the high peaks. All was fine and uneventful and we arrived in Rio at 18:00. Marco and his wife ...
... he was a criminal. They unwittingly suggest that if you are black and steal or illegally sell cigarettes, or if you are even simply suspected of doing something illegal, you are subject to being handled in any particular way…even tackled and choked to death by a cop while 4 others stand around and do nothing to prevent the death! Screams and pleas that one cannot breath are simply not enough. And what is more…the cops…or "rent-a-cops" – a ...
... how important it was for us to have Andres with us. He had the med kit, the knowledge to get us down as quickly as possible, and the phone to call the ranger and Erika. He definitely earned his money today.
Erika picked us up and drove us all to the local clinic. It looked like an emergency room to me, and I was impressed at how clean and organized everything was. It was my first time in a South American hospital, and it was much nicer than ...