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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tokyo Santiago
Friendly guy and cute place but for as much as it is, not a good value. No hot water either in the room.
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... virgin SIM card down to fit my phone. SUCCESS!!! Now to activate my SIM card and sign up. As the whole website is in Spanish, the hostel staff helped me sign up online so I can see my account and recharge. Typing in my credit card details, with the nightmare nearly over, and the internet within my reach, we clicked process. Denied. As I didn't have a Chilean credit card, it wouldn't work. So off I went, back down the street again, to recarga (recharge). Putting money ...
... Down for some hotel breakfast included! Woohoo, it was a good one too. Too many poor included breakfasts on tour. Day plan- shopping and minimise walking to save Kate's knee.
We grabbed a cab to the shops a wondered around buying stuff that we had absolutely no bag space for. . The worst was when we walked into Lush just to have a look. Next minute I was buying some exfoliating soap which apparently had Brazilian sand in it. They are very good ...
... indoor market that had all sorts of Chilean arts and crafts for sale. A lovely man also started talking to us recommending good touristy places. So far, everyone who I have met in Santiago at the airport, taxi company, hostel and restaurant staff, locals, have all been very friendly and spoke to me in English. I've had my phrasebook out a few times though, mainly just out of curiosity. I spent the rest of the afternoon in bed, trying to get warm and catching up on ...
... who were invited up were locals, who clearly knew this dance!! This lead to Josh politely declining to dance for the remainder of the evening. Our next stop was Buenos Aires, Argentina and it would be out first flight in South America, since arriving from New York. It was good to see so many countries by land, rather than flying from one place to another. It gave us a chance to see many small towns in between the major cities we visited. Til the next blog, hasta ...
... we have been traveling through Argentinian and Chilean Patagonia in a Wicked Camper Van that we picked up in Puerto Varas.
Although the trip was mostly great, at times it was hard and scary but overall I learned a lot.