La Sebastiana Suites
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... of them had layers and layers of tombs that cost about US$140 a year. Camilla told us about an Animita - a vulnerable and innocent person who's usually young and suffers from brutality and violence from their city. People put plaques and pray for help in times of need - their way of saying thank you is done through the plaque.
There are huge tombs for army men, insurance men and the guards, it's an honour to be buried in these. There's a pictures ...
... Chocoloat in Bellavista. The "side" salad that we requested was almost too pretty to eat.
On the downside, coffee is inexplicably the worst I've ever had--can you say "Nescafe?" Even the Starbucks, which I resorted to this morning, is bad. Or worse--depending on whether you are a SB fan. The pot in the room is a water boiler--not a brewer. This created great consternation for me, until I found a strainer and a roll of paper towels, and ...
... is at the far eastern edge of the city, there were hardly any passengers by the time we had reached our destination.
Once we arrived at Los Dominicos, I was a little nervous, because I couldn't immediately find the market, which I figured would be super simple to locate. However, when we emerged from the metro station, I felt like I was in just another part of the city. There wasn't anything special here, until you turn around and look east. Here, there were ...
... because we got to catch up with Eduardo and Claudia. Eduardo owns one the trendiest bars in town, Bonita, and we could have predicted how a night out with them would turn out! Mojitos non-stop, good music, 5am and we were heading back to our room totally ******!! Before the party we were taken to what they thought it would be one of the best seafood restaurants … we struggled to finish our meal, actually we didn’t... it was probably the worst food we’ve ...
... Although I think I would have preferred having my family there with me, it was still nice to be surrounded by my new friends I have met here in Chile.
The dinner went until about 11:30, and the hour long walk back was tiring. When I reached Casa Loca, I wasted no time getting myself tucked into bed.
Now I am just relaxing after class prepping for the weekend. I will be heading to Puerto Varas tomorrow morning for a weekend trip to see the ...
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- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services