Travel Blogs from Santiago
offensive. For example, during Taboo (my
fav) when the word “plastered” comes up, I get my team to guess it by saying
something like “it’s a White people word for drunk”. Well in this setting that may not go over too
well. So I was being conscious to avoid the “____________ people” phrases. Others weren’t as conscious. The word “kool-aide” came up and ...
... plate of chips with everything. Seems to be a bit of a Chilean speciality. The plate by the way is for us to share but the beers aren't. The everything seems to consist of some meat, sausage, egg and whatever else the chef has lying about. We are slowly working our way through the beers when a man comes alongside and asks Kathleen the time. One of the waitresses comes over in an agitated ...
... in thick fog. But Augustin is driving very carefully. Nothing to do with us but the back seat driver. His wife is at the back keeping him right. It is Saturday and presumably she is taking the chance to go to Punta Arenas to do some shopping. It's another three hours to there.
Kathleen and Mrs Augustin have a whale of a time talking about their families and the shopping in Punta Arenas and where exactly the best shoe ...
in the week, we ventured out to the coast, and spent the day visiting
Viņa Del Mar, and Valparaiso, which were both very beautiful in their
own sense. We took the long way back, down the coast a ways, and got
some incredible views of the ocean cliffs, very reminiscent of
California...We found a microbrewery down the road from El Monte, called "Szot," run
by an American guy and his Chilean wife and ...
*Jugglers busking in the middle of the street for cars whilst waiting at red lights *Stray dogs are taken care of by the community, kennels in parks, clothes in winter *Piano's sitting in middle of public area for anyone to play *Lovely arcades linking several blocks across city centre *Coffee houses like nightclubs for men being served by ladies in short skirts (coffee with legs) *Huge food portions / doggy bags to take leftover ...
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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