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... pretend we did not see a thing. Jay and I had enough of a shocked look on our faces to alert the police, army and air force.
Our shopping expedition took a little longer than planned so we end up leaving Santiago at 4pm. Time became critical as we realised it was going to take a little longer than planned to reach the national park we were heading for. Jay’s leisurely Hwy pace was lifted from between 80 - 100 kms/hr to between 110 - 120kms/hr which is ...
... few other bits for the afternoon. We got taught how to make the perfect pisco sour (yep, even better than Xmas Day's attempt!), prepared a salsa to go with the pumpkin bread baked as a starter then got down to the staple component of the meal: empanadas. You see these everywhere in Chile, and variants in the other countries we've visited, and it was a lot of fun to make our own, and not very difficult. We made the classic Chilean pino empanadas which is beef and onion with a piece of egg, ...
... time at the terminal getting a seat out of town south –
finally a helpful lady said she’d sorted it. Stupidly I didn’t check the
tickets until late pm to find she’d booked me for manana! When I went back she
was off shift and the chica was unsympathetic – refused to call her colleague or
her manager, just threatened to call security. Wanted to charge me 20% for a
... stories of people falling into them were- apparently a fair few French people have died falling into them for photo opportunities. So this wasn't one of the highlights of our time in San Pedro, but once the sun rose, the drive back to our hostel was beautiful, passing flamingo-filled lagoons and alpacas, llamas and wild rabbits. That afternoon, we were due to take a tour to the Cejar Lagoon, but having opted to take the cheapest tour we could find, it surprisingly didn't work out ...
... city supplanting shacks with corrugated steel roofs. The village of Buin is being transformed by the outward suburban march of home building, houses selling at about $160K US. Near the wineries, the workers live in tiny shacks. Our first winery stop was Santa Rita In Santa Rita 80 million bottles of wine leave the plant annually. Our tour spanned the grape drop to the aging cellars and every step in between. We tasted 3 wines and had an amazing lunch before heading off ...
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