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Santiago is a big city. 5 million people - 5 times what I am used to in Perth. Being such a big city, I was thinking how easy and efficient everything would be, right? HA. for a start, there are no mini marts, convenience stores, service stations open when you are starving at 3am, or feel like n icecream. This means I will now have to actually THI K AHEAD AND PREPARE. Lucky I was a girl guide when I was young, be prepared? I can handle that. After realising what a bad ...
... it per day. I bought a 3 liter bottle last night at 7 PM and 24 hours it is nearly finished. But I digress...
We were sharing the dorm room with Dale and his wife... M(?)something (I think. I'm drawing a total blank) from Washington state. It's funny meeting a couple in their late 50s in a place overrun with 20-somethingers. Right away I assumed they would be a little strange, and I hit the nail on the head.
Dale was getting over a cold, so he ...
... we had a very chatty lady called Jane sitting between us.
Jane told us she was in the process of divorcing her husband after 28 years and that they still shared a house but will be selling it shortly when her daughter finishes her HSC. Jane had gone back to the UK in April to her school reunion and had reunited with her high school boyfriend who had actively been trying to find her again after 32 ...
... t really happen, as firstly, it is the wrong time of year (i.e too cold) and secondly being at the very end of a near six month voyage I lacked the inclination for a trek of any kind, and moreover the 23 hour bus ride to get there. That said, Chile certainly had its moments.
"Santiago is not compelling," as I was told in Argentina, this is true enough but it does have its charms. The metro is modern, if insanely packed at rush hour. But you ...
... but I tried my best to keep a positive outlook. At the second place I traveled to, I got more comfortable with invading other peoples' personal space and welcomed it when they invaded mine. Okay, so making friends or acquaintances or having a casual conversation was no longer a threat. I felt comfortable in my own traveling alone skin. It all seemed to come easy after that and I was able to start choosing when I wanted to be alone or ...