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An unimpressive walking tour of the city on Sunday and then a few of us decided we had had enough. We predict instead for lunch and then a ride on the funicular for the views at the top of the Andes. Santiago itself seems like many other cities we have seen and in that way it really didn't offer much. Perhaps if we had spent more than a day there we would have discovered much ...
... across Costa Rica, Equador, Peru and Brazil, and so now I was back in South America after 11 years! In total, I will spend 7 months in the South American continent before finishing my round the world trip and returning home. I am going to be travelling across Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina and Brazil. I hope to learn a lot of Spanish, immerse myself in the South American way of life and hopefully have lots of fun and unexpected adventures in the process! Spanish - We Are Go! ...
... says he is excited for the soccer games and to see where dad grew up. I'm excited to see the country, as I have been hearing about the pros and cons of Chile for 20 years. Ed is excited to see his birth county, soccer and food! Also very excited to show his family around. We fly from TO to Miami and then Miami to Santiago overnight! Long day of travel so I'll be looking forward to some down time during the ...
... was now covered in snow. Yikes!
By now I was wet and cold and just wanted to crawl into a warm bed. I was also lagging behind everyone. I was concerned about slipping on the very steep slope (I did not want to ruin the rest of my trip) so I took a bit more time to hike down the mountain. Alejandro stayed reasonably close to me, but Reece, Ruth and Josefine were speed walking to get out of the brutal wind hail and rain. Pretty soon ...
... I was the last man standing and came second to the only woman in the game. The ship docked in Ushuaia at 18:30 and we took a short walk into town. By this time we have become 'institutionalised' and quickly returned to Quest in case we might miss dinner. The food on board, both quality and variety, continues to excel and we saw little point in seeking out a restaraunt onshore. The Quest crew, on the other hand, were quitei excited with the opportunity of getting ashore and ...