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Haven't got a clue about the weather as we have been in the airport since 17.35pm for a midnight flight. This is the longest we have waited for plane ever! Hang on to your socks the flight was 13 hours and 10 minutes.
Pictures are not that great at this stage.
Day 208 Considering we were effectively asking our bodies (which were still working on New Zealand time) to sleep from 10am to 10pm, it was hardly surprising that we didn't sleep straight through the night. Ben was awake between about 1.15 and 4, sleeping for eleven and a half hours around that, whilst Kori sort of cat-napped for about 14 hours. When we did get up, we went down for the complimentary breakfast in the busy dining area. This was pretty bread heavy so we then went out for ...
... that I went to the city where Alberto already organized a friend to show me the city. In the evening after he finished work we went for a drink before we drove back to his home. Since the public transport to their place is more or less non existant and they would always have to organize themselfs for giving me a ride I decided after 2 days to move to the city so I could be a bit more autonom ...
... also very well preserved and impressive. The tour took about 5 hours, including a hop-off for lunch at the famous Plaza de Armas. Chile's economy is supported by significant copper mining, agriculture including vineyards and fruit farms and fishing. The population is 17 million, of which 7 million live in Santiago. THURSDAY 4th February. We toured the Casablanca Valley wine growing region, which is 80 kilometres from Santiago and back in the direction of Valparaiso. In the mid ...
... heat of the day. The cinema was situated in the largest mall in South America. It was huge and had every fast food restaurant you can think of. However, as it was New Year´s Day, only the cinema and a handful of restaurants were open. We were 3 hours early for the film so we had some food and wandered around the eerily empty mall, the whole was quite post-apocalyptic. We had an early night before packing up our things and setting off for ...