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... that some people can┤t speak a word of English. English writing is everywhere- advertising, names of things, a lot of the music is in English however some people know no words at all (even young people) which i thought was strange. But a lot of people know enough to help out. Most people are pretty friendly and willing to help with directions when i needed help.
The next morning I walked to the top of Cerro San Cristobal hill. One dog followed ...
... hand, we did and saw so much, met so many wonderful people, and have really assimilated. We're sad to be leaving, but are also excited to see friends and start what's next in our lives (...not to mention a good hot shower and a familiar bed).
P.S. Below a few more pictures we kinda liked.
... in the pool with a group of other travelers before going to down town Santiago to watch the New Years eve fire works with the locals. The atmosphere was absolutely amazing, as all the major streets in the city were closed off and hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets to see in the New Year. After a couple of hours down town we headed back to the hostel as it had arranged a huge night ...
... 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 ...
... boring city. Few
interesting buildings (the Post Office is on the tourist trail, for heaven’s
sake!)We had a beautiful day here, but a distinct layer of smog sat over the
city, despite being Sunday, and we are told this is due to it being surrounded
by mountains, which are the prettiest thing around, and background every ...