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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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... since Sir Alec penned the Mini, has a car for Everyman been created by the good folks at GM. It gets 50 miles to the US gallon by my math, has an alloy wheel pushed out to the far corners for stability, a 5 speed stick, a nice clutch, room for 4 adults with no luggage and is quite fun to drive. It would benefit from a 6th gear and is not good at climbing the Andes in anything taller than 3rd gear but all round a great value. Lest you think I'm trying out for ...
... in Natalie's seat, and I sat in the very front surrounded by windows. If you look at a satellite map of Chile, you'll see that the northern part looks brown, arid and sandy, but as your eye travels south it turns suddenly green and lush as if there's an invisible line. To witness that change on the top of the bus was incredible and beautiful, so I was very grateful to the woman who didn't like the sun.
We arrived in Viña del Mar late at night. It ...
... bird going to get the fish down its throat. He sits there, patiently waiting. Perhaps some fast acting enzymes. Lukas and Audrey go to check out the fresh crab, and come back with 3 live crab. When we realize the fisherman charged only 2000 pesos, or $4 for the 3 crab, they go back for another 3. Six crab for eight bucks. What a deal. On the way back to the apartment, we visit the small produce market in Cerro Alegre, the one under ...
... getting on a bus, not really having a clue where to get off. We went to Valparaiso with Yvo who we met in Santiago and his expert map reading skills saved us. We found our hostel located up a hill in the centre of town, Angel hostel. It had a nice feel to it, more like someone's house than a hostel, and of course it too had graffiti on it. The first thing the woman at the hostel did was sit down with us and showed us a map of the city, pointing out areas of interest and dangerous ...
... tug boats and naval vessels before carrying on back to El Pimenton for a corn pie and wine. The rest of the afternoon was really relaxed, mostly spent back at our hostel reading the Scarecrow and reading up on BA. We went down the hill a little later on for a great meal of sushi, came home and played some Jenga and then called it a ...