Leonardo Da Vinci Hotel
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... and a half hours to fly what took me almost 6 months to travel overland. Overland was a lot more fun. All up, over the 24 hours I spent more time in airports than I did in airplanes.
I was pretty exhausted by the time I got to the Cranky Croc (third time in that hostel) and was making a real effort to not be Cranky Colin. I was ok, but was hoping for a good night's sleep. It would definitely be ...
... out why they
can’t take a bill that has been through some things. That’s discrimination. smh
So before I got here, I wasn’t really in the mood to meet
all of these new people. I’m naturally
shy, so I don’t really enjoy coming out of my comfort zone and having to
smiling and turn on the charm so that people will like me. Don’t get me wrong, that stuff is great ...
... s favourite, the Starbucks corporation.
After a nice meal, we returned to apartment for some downtime.
We do not have much planned for the next couple days except walking the city, and sightseeing. With this being the first stop in Chile, we are getting acclimatized before heading North to the glorious Atacama desert. The next couple days, we work on some stuff and wander the city and downtown core. The Old historical buildings ...
Heading off to South America with Lyn and Lockie. Great flight to Sydney, picked up some duty free stuff then short delay before boarding plane to Santiago. Great trip to Santiago, 12 and a bit hours unfortunately little sleep but did get to watch 4 movies. Finally got out of airport, wrong queue, etc picked up by Robinson and driven to Hotel. Showered and off down the street. Wandered around the market area and had early dinner ...
... I totally failed to see the last time I was here. First up Cerro Santa Lucia....The name 'indigenous art museum' was definitely a bit misleading when I wandered into the small room under Santa Lucia. As it said 'free entry' I thought it couldn't harm to look but apart from one very small glass cabinet buried in the middle of the market stalls it was just a shop. After nearly 9 months you'd think tourist ...