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... mate. Your from the fricken hangover". He shows me the best food on the menu. A couple of massive jack and cokes down, it's now 6pm, Alan decides to show me some tourists attractions. Go Alan. I was going to go nightclubbing with Alan tonight, but if it's anything like his latest night outs I don't think it's a good idea. When I thought Alan was my only friend in Chile, Tom pops up to me on Facebook. I haven't spoken to him in a couple of days. Last ...
... than quality of sightseeing.We do have a very switched on and articulate tour guide Nick Tozer who's sense of humour has added to our enjoyment of the tour, even when people get a bit testy.
Our time in Santiago was limited to a stay of two nights with a tour of the main city centre attractions the morning after we arrived, the city centre is quite modern and the first thing ...
... was amazing and we realised we had not had this kind of selection since leaving Brazil, and also how much we missed the fresh juices. Today's plan was to walk up the San Cristobel hill, get to the market for more fresh food and then the afternoon Wally's walking tour. We were abit apprehensive about the walk up the hill as we had heard it was long, tiring and hard to find. Well we arrived at the top with no problem, sure it was up a hill but nothing like we had heard. All ...
... up due to building, into the Cathedral, past an arcade of shops built within historic original building walls. Walked past the presidential palace. Climbed up Cerro Santa Lucia- the hill on which Santiago was founded in 1541.Lots of stepped paths. Caught our tour ride here and took us to jewellery/ souvenir store, we didn't buy anything ...
... and at our end, we had a very pleasant time – at the other end apparently some small scale domestics broke out and all went a little ugly but there were no broken glasses and we didn’t even notice!
The next day the group would split and head off in various directions to other places and home with only 11 hard-core wine enthusiasts heading north for an extension into the Limarí and Elqui valleys and more ...
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