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Travel Blogs from Santiago
... slow autumn at my window,
if I touch
near the fire
the impalpable ash
or the wrinkled body of the log,
everything carries me to you,
as if everything that exists,
aromas, light, metals,
... for that later), accompanied by jet lag and a strong desire for a nice, warm shower then you should consider it. We were beggining to think my new Kathmandu bag didn't make the trip. Rach and I were still patiently waiting while almost all of our fellow passengers had hustled and bustled there way out of the baggage terminal. Alas, two baggage carousels away I spotted something distinctly familiar. It turns out some kind soul had decided to inspect my bag, it is quite a ...
... we were there though as the new President, Michelle Bachlet, was being sworn in one of the days and the student unions / organisation are currently in discussions to make education more accessible to all, a key promise of the Bachlet campaign. Heres hoping she keeps her promises!
While Santagio has a modern CBD with enormous sky scrapers, there are some pretty cool streets lined with bars and restaurants where the tables and ...
Astrid had wanted to see this exhibit and so we stopped in on our back back to the hostel. We had just enough time to see this exhibit of absolutely gorgeous photos.
Parque Nacional Torres del Paine: "En la Orilla del Silencio"
... blend of traditional Spanish and modern Chilean. Although we had heard that Santiago is 'just another large city with not much to see' we enjoyed spending our 31st Wedding Anniversary here and had an enjoyable dinner at a restaurant sharing our travel experiences with a couple from Paris who spoke little English and no Spanish. Sign language transversed the communication challenges and with their broken English and our basic French, we managed ...