Hotel del Patio
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Although much too little time in Valparaiso, we had to pack our bags fairly early this morning and head to Santiago via the bus. Arriving at Santiago was a little bit of a shock to the system, with so many people around you all of a sudden - after the relative "quiet" of Mendoza and Valparaiso the last couple of days. Before I forget, let me first say this - although I actually like taking the bus between towns, I do find it very confusing, almost every single ...
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Perý: First Impressions
Hour 40 of bus journey from Santiago to Cusco.
Just saw my first llama! So much trash.
Sparsely vegetated plains, rocks, and trash. The plains stretch out from the road in either direction for miles. The brown is broken occasionally by little shallow cricks, also filled with trash. Topography - rolling hills. The colour scheme consists of grey dead plants, a few green ...
Soooo the plan to go for the city tour was out for the count as Ed and I woke at 9:30! I have not mentioned it but the loft we are staying at is fantastic! I could live here! The bed was so comfy ( or rather I was sooo tired!)..there are 3 bathrooms ( thank heaven as I have boys who love to read in the washroom!) and a cute kitchen that came stocked with eggs, cheese, ham, tea, and bread! Ed and I had a lovely breakfast while ...
... Conguillio. We had arrived, and it felt surreal. Waterfalls, glacial rivers, snow, Araucaria trees and volcanos surrounded us! Describing it as beautiful does no justice. Because fresh snow covered the road, and thick clouds slowly creeped in, a unanimous decision to drive back down the high valley was made. This saved us from being stuck as fresh snow fell all night. That morning frost covered our van. Inside the condensation literally froze to ice. By ...
Monday morning I was off on another trip with EcoChile. This time it was a hike to San Francisco Glacier fronting the fabulous El Morado, one of the mountain peaks in the Andes near Santiago (elevation (5060 m or 16,600 feet).
I was picked up promptly by Alejandro and found I was being joined by Reece from Australia, but living in Mongolia working for an Australian mining company, and Ruth from London, but working in Berlin as a ...