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... of cars that seemed to have no regard for the speed limit or more importantly, us. Sooner than later we got back to the resort to have even more fun. Another thing that we did was called tennis (I told you I would get back to it). Actually, it was just my me and my mom. We have almost no tennis experience whatsoever, so it was really funny to watch our feeble attempts at playing. After the first hit we had no trouble deciding that we should only try to rally, not ...
... From the ride you can see the 'trail' up. If you can call it that. It's so sandy you can't get a good footing, it's straight not zigzagging. Other reviewers said it took hours and hours.
The teleferico is about 12 minutes long.
We also went to Rapa Nui for more coffee and pastries. I got the Cappucino dolce ($52 pesos) which had condensed milk, hot chocolate, coffee, foam and chocolate sprinkles. ...
... tour buses. At one stop on the way in on a dirt dusty road, I counted around 12 tour buses parked by a river with lovely sparkling clean water flowing over a rapids, of course there is a cafe and bano there also. St the entry to the National Park, as a foreigner I am charged 80 pesos entry, whereas all the Argentinians on the bus are charged 35 pesos. As soon as I open my mouth, they know I,m a foreigner. Its interesting that Bariloche is a place where ...
... truck! As many of our group were leaving the tour in Santiago everyone headed out for a special goodbye dinner, except me who had been foolish enough to eat a dodgy looking beef empanada at the border crossing and was feeling a bit ill! The next day we walked around the city of Santiago, it’s definitely been the first real city we’ve seen with skyscrapers and busy streets. That night was Halloween so we all dressed up and went out on a Halloween Pub Crawl, was a great ...
... and headed to the bus station where there were police everywhere and a massive crowd of soccer fans streaming in from the nearby train station. The crowd were chanting and setting off flares, it was actually really quite scary! But luckily they didn’t come into the actual bus terminal so i headed back in there and waited for my bus (which i had got the time wrong with and i ended up being there 3 hours early!!!)
It ended up being a really nice bus trip ...