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... entire flight took place during daylight hours, I was now up for the duration of the flight. And it's a long flight... I arrived in Santiago, waded through immigration and customs, and then negotiated the bus/subway combination that takes you into the city. My guest house was about a fifteen minute walk from the metro through a light rain. I found the place, checked in, accepted the elaborately flowery information on the ...
... will arrive sometime this year. We visit another cool art museum where we see a Mafalda exhibition. And in the evening we take a funicular up the San Cristobal hill from where you should be able to see the whole city including the mountains. But either it is due to the weather or it is smog, but we find the mountains are covered in a haze, so we are a little disappointed. On the top of the hill is a small pilgrim place with a statue of Virgin Mary, which is similar to ...
... is, and will continue to be, in such a mess. SUNDAY 8th February The morning was spent on the beach. Not only are the beaches in Rio different the, life on them expresses all the vigour of the Latin life. No topless bathing but the majority of females seem to have little more than a shoelace travelling the centre of their posteriors. The land of the thong, sometimes graceful, more often not. Ipanema beach adjoins LeBlon beach and together they are 3.7 km long. Pure golden sand ...
... and perhaps will never reach the elements of the United States. Nonetheless, the segregation based on class and social status is sharp and clear. The educational system clearly does not benefit those who do not have money. And the evidence is overwhelming that the hybrid type schools (subvencionado particulares) are contributing to the segregation and the achievement gap. What is more, it is clear that it is unjust! Well, perhaps I should say that it is clear to ...
... both pretty tired from all the walking, and I think all the pisco sours from yesterday had a tiring affect as well. We decided to just get a taxi and headed over to a restaurant that was recommended to us for traditional Chilean food on the tour yesterday. It was called Galindo, and it was excellent! We shared a couple of dishes. The first was Pastel de Choclo, which is a corn pie, filled with minced beef, chicken, and some small vegetables. The second had ...