Hotel Valle Nevado
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... before, it showed the same. At 9:10, ten minutes before the bus was due to leave, a single decker bus appeared. It said "21:00, Santiago" on the ticker. I pointed it out to Lucas, who went to ask with his ticket (mistake) in the office. He was told that no, it wasn't the bus. It drove off, and another one pulled up. It was another single decker, but we were told this was the bus. We stowed our bags together, and boarded. A woman was sitting in my seat. We stared and compared ...
... and revengeful. The Mapuche are the largest indigenous group in Chile and the only one to successfully resist the Spanish (as well as the Incan) incursions. To this day there are lingering conflicts over land and territory that the government has been unable to resolve. Some Mapuche have lashed out in covert ways to repel what they see as continuous incursions by large businesses that detrimentally affect the land and the people who still live in ...
... I come back to South America and speak better Spanish. Brazil: The Pantanal: Better than the Amazon many say cause it is wet land so you can see more birds, Tucans, jaguars etc. The views are without trees blocking the animals so you see more. Rio de Janeiro: Carnival and New Years, Surf, See more of Lapa. Salvador: Great beaches Natal: great beaches Manous: take a multi day boat tour down the Amazon ...
... br> It’s reasonably clean, lots of graffiti, and the people look
dull and dowdy, even in their Sunday best clothes (maybe they don’t have Sunday
best clothes?) But then again, it is winter.
Apart from a railed in flock of flamingos, we saw a
couple a birds in a park which are
notable- a small pond bird with ...
... days in South America.
Santiago has a number of minor sights I kept myself busy with by exploring in my last days in South America – the Plaza de Armas, Metropolitan Cathedral, Museum of Chilean History, and the Museum of Fine Arts. I lunched on multiple occasions in stalls and restaurants in the Mercado Central, where the bounty of land and sea is always on spectacular display.
I was in Santiago in the days before the ...