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... and decided to come back for it the next day, leaving me with only my computer and camera my first night and morning in Santiago. However, as I write this, I currently have my bag and all of my clothes and all is right in the world.
I have done some exploring and I even started my job today. However, this blog is long enough, so you will have to wait until next time to hear more about that!
From Santiago, with love,
... mangy looking mutts looking for a score. We take in the memorial museum which details the era of General Pinochet and the many atrocities of the junta regime. The vintage Chilean restaurant we visit that evening called El Rincon de Los Canallas (Traitors' Corner) was once a secret meeting place for the opposition and even requires an anti-Pinochet password for entry in keeping with 30/40 years ago. Actually I'm not quite sure if I am asked for it or ...
... gondola up a little higher, Victor had told us if we didn't open our crisps they would likely go pop, they reached bursting point but never quite burst. At the top Paul wanted to go off hiking, so we let him whilst we hung around in the sunshine admiring the view. It's a strange sensation in shorts and t shirts, the side facing the sun is roasting hot whilst the side away from it is freezing cold. Paul returns and we head back down in the Gondola for ...
... SA seem to be centred around a main plaza. Apparently, when the Spaniards established cities they always used a central square point as the axis of their square plans.
The buildings are magnificent, with some of the city's most important historical buildings eg the Metropolitan Cathedral (the cracked ceilings of which will probably collapse with the next earthquake), the City Hall, the Central Post Office, the former National ...
... something about an Australian and she was let in.
She was very grateful for my help and she was going to take me to her house in Santiago to say thankyou. As it happened, her cousin worked at the border as a Federal Cop and picked us up. I understood that we would stay with him, eat and shower so we can catch the bus the next day. 4 days without a shower, decent sleep or a proper meal, I jumped at the oppurtunity.