Hotel del Patio
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- Continental Breakfast
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... the principle it would be a shame not to, I now possess some earrings and a necklace made of the stone. Back to the hotel to celebrate with a very large and potent G and T. 31st October 2014 Today is the start of All Saints weekend so it is a public holiday in Chile. We have the morning before we start travelling again so decide to walk into the centre of the city. It is a really pleasant walk beside the river. Santiago has lots of parks and green ...
... ten Mapuche babies…
…or is ten buildings on more Mapuche land?
The buildings have multiplied…
…Mapuche land – massacred on the battlefield!
I am…in one bold, master stroke…vida y mundo!
Patriotism and protests!
Posters denouncing government reforms…and counter-reforms
Screaming beneath the shadow of Chilean flags adorning houses and buildings
... 8221; Because actually we don’t. You still have a whole basket left. But who walked right on to that store to get more bread, was us.
What makes this situation worse is that it is sort of deemed as offensive here in Chile when you decline someone’s offer of food or whatever. They told us this in orientation. They said it’s best to just take whatever is being offered so that you don’t seem rude. I ...
Today started I started off with exploring the streets and sites around my hostel, followed by a walking tour of the historical sites around the city. I didn't take too many photos as I will revisit some of the sites. I ended the day with a 'tropical' pizza which included banana as one of the toppings... strange but ...
... staying on KGI, traveling farther down the Antarctica Peninsula, or joining cruise ships. Marambio is on the eastern side of the Antarctica Peninsula and controlled by Argentina.
After waiting a little over two weeks in Punta Arenas, and taking one flight south over the Drake Passage to 60 degrees south longitude, I gave up on finding a day when the weather forecast was so good I felt confident that I could safely make the flight to SCRM. ...