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March 23. This is our second time in Santiago if you count our arrival in Chile when all we saw was the airport. We leave Valparaiso and take the bus into Santiago. Travelling by bus is extremely inexpensive and for around $10, we make the 1 1/2 hour journey into the capital city of 7 million people. A taxi ride from the bus stop to our hotel costs …
Moved on to Santiago from Pucon.... it was very hard to leave Pucon! Santiago seems not as nice as Buenos Aires, but weŽll have to see some more...
This is the start of our South American adventure and we certainly feel as if we are in a foreign country. Our flight in from New Zealand was the first time we had flown with LAN airlines and, despite warnings of delays with South American airlines everything went smoothly and we arrived 25 minutes early in Santiago. The service and food were …
Sunday, July 22, 2007 Chile to Peru Hello Again, Sorry for the late update. When I last left you we were in the Pacific heading towards Chile. We held the Sea Olympics during that stretch at sea. I am in the Arabian Sea this semester and our color is orange. I participated in trivia, lip-synching, and synchronized swimming. We preformed poorly in …
... a few people even felt it at all. The morning after next I was awoken by a bigger earthquake! I woke up around 2am because my bed was shaking! Fortunately there was no real danger just a little bedtime turbulence. By this point I was staying in Valpraiso having made the bus journey from Santiago the previous day. In the daytime I had visited 'La Sebastiana' which is the old house of the famous poet, Pablo Neruda. I was dubious about ...
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