Hotel Valle Nevado
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... The flight was uneventful to Santiago where we went shopping but couldn't find a cuddly llama to keep our Hawaiian Pineapple company. Had a good, last outdoor evening meal and the Atacama adventure has come to an end. We have completed everything we set out to do. A 24 hour journey via Madrid back to London starts tomorrow morning, arriving back in London on the 21st April. Blog ...
I had a few weeks back in familiar places after leaving Bocas del Toro, before beginning my big adventures.
- Back to Santiago for 2 weeks, staying with Luis again, waiting for my visa for Brazil. My other friends had moved on from Santiago by this point, so I didn't really have anyone else to catch up with. Nice to be back in a familiar place, but missing Augusto and Bocas a lot. ...
... apartment and decided that was for us. The waiter brought bread and water out straight away (5 stars for you, buddy, and a good tip), the sign of a well run establishment. We ordered what turned out to be a rip-snorter of a savvy blanc, the night was balmy, a fountain played a light show which added to the ambience. Perfect! The dish Tina ordered was not the dish we were expecting, (cold seafood salad rather than the warm platter) but it was well presented and ...
... the difficulties and remember only the wonderful moments like the blackish green butterflies we saw in Uruguay and the panda dolphins jumping in the waves of the Straights of Magellan. Definite highlights were: learning more of the Spanish language and about the history of the native peoples, and the big water events: rounding the Cape and trying an exciting new sport: surfing!
On our trip we watched the Motorcycle Diaries, ...
Now that we are well on our way again and the Red Burrito is back to its normal sturdy self, we can safely fill in the details of the past slightly (?) frustrating three weeks. Although we have made some progress and have never yet actually broken down, we have spent far longer hanging around in various cities in South America – Salta, Mendoza and Santiago – than we would have liked, moving from one VW dealership to the next, trying to sort our ...