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This morning we had a bus tour around Santiago. There are many nice old buildings including the presidential palace. We were the only English speakers on the bus so our guide gave most of the commentary in Spanish and Portuguese and we only got snippets of information which was a pity. However it gave us a good perspective of the city and got us familiar with the layout.
... it on up until their lungs burst!!!
I did visit a few other spots during the week. And I had a great time. It really was a bit hard, even for me, to get back into the swing of work this week. But what a week it was. Irv, will probably tease and say how classic it is that I arrived here, had a week of work, and then had a week of vacation for the Independence celebrations! All I can say is…pass me another Terremoto…and…TURN DOWN FOR ...
... We also stayed in a hostel that had fifa, giving us our much needed fix after over two months in the cold. My thumbs were starting to go weak.
An alcohol fuelled weekend in Santiago proceeded our flight to Iquique in the north, a city right on the beach at the foot of the biggest sand dunes you have seen in your life. We hit the famed duty free mall immediately to by my anticipated GoPro, and it turns out duty free means about 5-10% off. Bank that ****. Next day though ...
... was essentially the same concept as the fruit market but with pigs heads and chicken feet on sale. On the other side of this were a few restaurants that we got recommended to eat at.We were kind of far away from our next destination so we caught the metro to the cemetery. We have all done it before so we negotiated the 2 stops like pros. The subway in Santiago is really good. We arrived at the cemetery and i was expecting it to be pretty similar to the ...
... pots of popcorn, finished a massive can of fruit cocktail and leftover oatmeal from breakfast.
Finally, after thoroughly enjoying all the rest stop had to offer us, we made it almost to Chillán, but had to pull over at a Copec Station for Jonathan to make a work related call. There were no complaints, as we have learned to LOVE gas stations in general, but particularly Chilean Copecs. There, we bought cheese empanadas, a bag of pistachio nuts, freshly squeezed orange juices, ...