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... tour guide from yesterday , Esmarelda, organised our transport to Santiago, and also came with us. Along the way we saw the areas where the fires had been, then through a couple of tunnels, 1 was 4km long. The area after the tunnels was very dry and barren with scrubby trees. Then into Santiago, and smog-like haze. We have an apartment here so went shopping to get in some food, and wandered round. Forgot to take our map so stayed on the ...
Monday 19th January
The trip to Santiago is ok, no issues at all, no one is snoring, there are no noisy tourists sitting next to us, no kids… heaven. We actually get some sleep. We arrive in Santiago at around 8 am, take the tube to our hostel and hang around until check in.
Later on we go for a walk around the city and see Cerro Lucia, which is a small hill with various pathways and old buildings, from where you get a nice of the city. ...
... the dynamism of the Chilean economy. On average it takes vines 15 years to reach sufficient maturity to produce wines in economic quantity. Vine planting started in the early 90's and now there is an expansive valley producing world class wines from more than 15 separate large scale vineyards. Taking account of the time to reach vine maturity it is quite an achievement. We first visited Casas del Bosque winery. First vines were planted in 1993 and it has achieved many accolades ...
DO WE NOTICE OURSELVES?:
LA SOCIEDAD – AND A TIME FOR REFLECTION!
The holiday season is upon us. But this year there is not only the angst of buying gifts and attempting to ensure that the children walk away with a healthy meaning of the holiday season. There is unrest in the belly of our society that calls for us to acknowledge and address. Sure there are many who, like in the normal commercialized holiday spirit, will prefer to hide ...
... in the pool with a group of other travelers before going to down town Santiago to watch the New Years eve fire works with the locals. The atmosphere was absolutely amazing, as all the major streets in the city were closed off and hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets to see in the New Year. After a couple of hours down town we headed back to the hostel as it had arranged a huge night ...