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... Then it was delayed by another hour because of an issue with one of the overhead bins. Once all the issues were worked out, I received my seat assignment and it was time for my flight! After a quick boarding process, the plane pushed back and we were airbourne at 11:40pm. I had the meal, and went to sleep. Lucky for me, I can sleep easily on planes, even in coach. I ended up waking up about 1 hour before the flight landed. We touched down about 11:50am local time. ...
... known for being the cultural capital of Chile, where people sing and play music in the street, and obviously spray paint at stuff. We were quite lucky and the hostel we ended up at was great but also was on a lively street with decent bars and just at the edge the of the centre. The nearby town called Vina del Mar is reputedly more flashy and has a beach but unfortunately that wasn't much use to us. We wandered ...
We had decided to do Valparaiso on our own, then came across a walking tour company called tours for tips on the Internet. We left the ship a bit late so took a taxi from the port to the main square. About 10 minutes an cost $10. Another took a taxi from inside the port terminal and paid$20 for the same trip for 2 people. It sometimes pays to be adventurous! It was a good decision and we had a fun tour with Ben ...
... a greater understanding of why the Gonzales left. In Vina del Mar, we joined Tota and Maritza for a regular Wednesday activity and assisted in leading some activities for a blind community.
One story however stands out more than the rest. It begins with Maritza sifting through Chilean electoral papers to find some contact details. Maritza found an address and sent her a letter. The letter was received and a reunion was setup in ...
... br> Nous avons vu les fameux Ascensores de Valparaiso, ce sont de petit ascenseurs qui vous evitent de prendre les marches dans les cotes. ils parcourent uniquement 10m ou moins. Mais ces petits ascenseur dates de 1883, et donc tous ceux qui etaient autour d'ou on etait, ne fonctionnait plus, seulement 3 ou 4 fonctionnent a l'heure d'aujourd'hui dans la ville. Les autres sont plutot laisse a l'abandon. Donc nous n'avons pas fait de tour ...