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... uncultivated property expropriated and turned over to peasants to farm it. At the same time, Frei kept the door open for multinationals to operate in the Chilean economy, especially the mining industry, allowing U.S. firms like Anaconda and Kennecott Copper to maintain control of 80% of copper production, which accounted for 60% of the nation's exports.
When Allende becomes the first democratically elected Marxist president of Latin America in 1970 and ...
... Cusco school that were painted not long after
Spanish invasion by local indigenous artists revealing a mixture of Christian
and indigenous images. We were then taken to a local tourist hotel that had an
attached restaurant where we had the set menu. In nearly all of South America
the main meal is lunch and restaurants all offer a cheap 3 course set menu with
usually only 2 choices for each course. We had empanadas for entrée followed by
... relaxed in the central square reading and tucking into a bottle of Fernat that was kindly donated to us by some Argentinians who were leaving that day. With Lucy complaining it was like moon shine we were feeling a little headed before our final steak to cap a wonderful time in Argentina. We strongly recommend that when looking at your next major holiday and you have some pennies saved up, consider Argentina. It has everything you could possibly want in a destination and you could do far ...
... costume, then if you’re lucky (or your name is Catrin), you get dragged up to have a go in front of the other 50 diners in the room for dessert. Normally this would be fine, but the music didn’t seem to have an obvious rhythm, so it became a more ad-hoc freestyle arrangement of movements that resembled a swan having a seizure.
Aside from delicious empanadas at the local taxi-driver hangout and ...
... cutting between it and the rockface behind. Everything in this area is vibrant orange, the earth itself an odd texture that looks gluggy like clay but is brittle to the touch and disintegrates into a fine earth dust. The rockfaces formed not with faults, cracks or jagged edges, but globular and bulbous distortions.
By this point, thank god, we had reached the high point of the walk, less than an hour in we were both shattered, failing to cope with the lack ...
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