La Sebastiana Suites
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... TV the swearing in of the President after the recent election. The cultural centre, Santiago Stock Exchange etc etc.
There were a number of stops and areas visited by the bus. We drove through the swish part of town, El Golf, known as "Sanhattan" (a la Manhattan). This is where the fancy hotels are and is the new financial district since thee 1990's. Apparently the high level executives living in this upmarket enclave didn't like the ...
... interviews with victims of torture and families of those 'disappeared' it is a real shock to the system. We balanced this off by watching the Wolf of Wall Street in anothrr completely legitimate version at the hostel. We completed our stay with a scheduled check up for Ash's collar bone at the top hospital in Santiago. It was a rather nerve racking experience since it was the moment of truth for whether the bone is healing in the right place, if it wasn't then ...
... get about 9.5-9.7 pesos for the $1. Despite being slightly unethical, this made our travelling much cheaper and was done by nearly every traveller we met.
After our day around Iguazu Falls, we caught another night bus to Buenos Aires where we spent Christmas and a few days following. We arrived in BA on Christmas Eve, spent the morning doing a free walking tour (including lots of history about Evita, learning about the 20-30 protests that are held every week in BA ...
... I tried to play on by falsifying an email and lying through my teeth. Needless to say that didn’t work. Rach had the best pedicure she’d ever had (I think it was because they took an electric sander to her feet to get off all the **** she had stood in). We ate at a heap of different restaurants including this Japanese gem. So full.
... we tried a ubiquitous Chilean dish, Chorrillana, which is a massive plate of chips covered in grilled meat and fried egg, on a bed of what tastes like the red cabbage you get at Christmas. Other food and drink highlights have included 'mote', which is basically a tinned peach in syrup, with a ladle full of wheat at the bottom, which is served as a refreshing drink but is basically a wasp magnet. We have had a lot of Pisco Sours, a cocktail made from a wine based ...