Regal Pacific Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... what time it is. The guy knew I can't speak spanish, he couldn't speak english but he kept talking to me. Something about 'casa' and pointed at me, then at him. That was a bit creepy so I decided to say: "mi amigo" and pointed in the direction I was about to leave. Luckily he didn't follow me.
Back at the hostel I asked for the time. And as I already thought, I was an hour late for the last two days without even ...
... perfect formula for staying nourished on long bus journeys, while avoiding having to use the below par toilet facilities (a gulp of water every hour and a Snickers bar every six, if you're wondering). I met an Aussie who was looking at a world map one day and wondered what it was like in Turkmenistan. So he went to find out. I met an American guy serving in the Air Force, who missed out on running a marathon with ...
... mini bus came immediately after the final dance to take us back home.
The next day we went up the San Christobal Hill to get the amazing view of Santiago and its surrounding mountains. We picked a bad day as it was completely foggy and we could only just make out the city. The good thing was we did not have to climb this ...
Conger eel is soup
Potatoes, carrots, broth
Meaty white fish
Similar to a merlot
Wash it all down
End of Intrepid tour
Santiago was the last stop on our Intrepid tour
And we had to say goodbye to all our new friends
Now before we did, there was still time for some fun
Tim, Martin, Jen and Veronika did ...
... I actually arrived during the morning departure meeting at the hotel and had only the rest of the day to explore the city. I did not get all that far from the center but somehow recall it being different from what I saw in 2013. I remember the Plaza de Armas, the city's central square, but somehow it seemed much larger. And the pedestrian streets downtown seemed scruffier, as did the commercial galleries on the blocks off the Plaza de Armas. While I recognized ...