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... passport, phone and money. Saw a Brazilian couple also on the way to the lifts chatting to a couple of Chileno girls who were not fazed in the slightest. I felt slightly better when i saw that the lifts were still working so surely it wasn´t that bad as oherwise they´d have stopped working. But of course i looked it up on the US Geological Survey map where the little tremor didn´t even register!!! Many of the new buildings in Chile have ...
…and singers and jugglers
And peddlers always pidiendo for monedas and coins
I found Chinatown emerging as we speak…is this a new commerce?
There is history cemented in the piedras and bricks of every building
They are peddling this too…just now!
I am all things
A Barrio like no other
Or perhaps a Barrio like all others
Full of magic and beauty and life
... ice-cream, along with some other things. This is so called as it was created with the intention of lightening the mood following one of Chile's many earthquakes ('terremoto' means earthquake)!
We had to change hostels due to the lack of organisational skills of the staff at Landay hostel on the final night, although the new one was thankfully only a couple of blocks over and was excellent! The following morning we ...
... to the nearest town with immigration and customs, and after dropped us off in the town of San Pedro near the Atacama desert.
Here we booked a bus that would take us to Santiago and would take TWENTY FOUR HOURS. Merryn did a great job organising the bus. The lady did not speak 1 word of English and Mez was able to organise the ...
... was a town called Valparaiso
Which we all wanted to see so
Our bus took us there
With no time to spare
and we barely left the bus-o
Then to the lookouts we were taken
Photos of the seaside city location
The street art was great
The harbour, and city gate
We barely saw due to time obligations
To a poets house we did ...