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... Chile, and especially in
Santiago a lot of the old architecture has been destroyed by them previously.
Apparently they expect a big one every five to ten years, and they had their
last one in the city 2010, although they consider it to be quite a small one.
They had one in 1985 (or thereabouts) which flattened a lot of the city and
killed a lot of people – must be strange to live somewhere where that is a real
possibility, but you only have to look at ...
... between New Zealand is a massive 16 hours, so it took my body clock a while to adjust. When I had gotten over the jet lag, I went on a walking tour of the city. They are free, but you are expected to give a tip at the end, based on your experience (they also advise how much to give!) I went on two different ones, the first we saw all the main highlights of the city and learnt about Chile's history. We passed through ...
... know if it’s any good.
During this stressful time of indecisiveness valuable movie watching time has been wasted.
I paid a lot for this ticket, *******n, I want to get my money´s-worth.
In the end I settled for the Les Misérables soundtrack and slept blissfully for the rest of the flight.
I had spent a bit of time planning how I would tackle arriving into Santiago. It was ...
... the Andes and we debated going but decided against it, since we had just booked our campervan for NZ and with Ryan being the only available driver didn't want to risk him getting injured!
Instead we spent our couple of days wandering around seeing the city sights and just chilling out. Santiago is situated on the edge of the Andes Mountains. On a clear day the snow-capped mountains can be seen towering over the city. Ironically ...
... the food and drinks we were waiting outside the medical centre and the Chilean youth led us in some dance and songs. We taught them the chicken dance and the hokey pokey. We then walked back to the chapel for lunch and some more singing. I was lucky enough to get a chilean dance song blue toothed to my phone by my new friend the dj. I then sang along with some of the girls to Bruno Mars ...
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