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... were supposed to have lunch before hiking the last half hour to San Francisco Glacier. However, Alejandro did not think we should stop and instead suggested we push towards the Glacier. I deferred to his better judgment, although I REALLY wanted to just rest for a bit. The group voted to push on so off we set. (And still no view of El Morado.)
The last half hour of the hike towards San Francisco Glacier was very cold with the wind ...
... the doors of the cathedral I noticed a black dog asleep on the path just where I felt the cool air coming out and thought that was rater clever (it has been 34 today).
Then, while sitting contemplating in the cathedral I noticed a chap come in carrying some plastic bags, take a seat and then do what I can only think to call 'actively pray' ( ie with arms up stretched, then kneel and repeat). I left just after him but close enough to notice him stop and ...
... time we had all had some tequila, Cal and Jess had put themselves to bed and one of the Americans, Chad I think, had been sick in his room. We should take part of the blame for this as we provided the tequila. The last of our fellow gringos was in bed by 3, leaving us to dance together amidst the Santiaguans.
As expected, the next morning we had sore heads. We rose late and headed to the cinema, a sure way to ...
... home, others continuing on to Easter Island, and others still...heading east to Brazil. Goodbye comrades.... I shared the journey from Lima to Santiago with some inspiring, special and warm people and am once again reassured, that we are not just individual people, but are part of a great collective.....the human race. Although different in flesh, often mind, communication and culture.....we are inextricably connected by our need to be accepted, loved ...
... br> Great view up there of the city and the Andes
we thought we found a ski lift, but it was the steepest train down a mountain that I'd ever seen
Rode it down and saw a llama in the street
Rode a sketch taxi back to the airport
The guy tried to get us to give him our debit card and pin number for the ATM because we didn't have cash. He drove around yelling at ...