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... wheelchair and he looked very unwell.
SO we keep waiting to leave and then the man has a fit - seizure the woman calls for help doctors arrive, the woman standing in her place with her bum facing me and me no where to go.
My claustrophobia kicks in, my temperature rises and I feel a panic attack coming on!
I start stripping of my shirt and T shirt because I was so hot and sweating to try to get some air - ...
... who will be working on the project alongside of me, except in different regions of Chile. A chorus of accents- American, Australian, Indian, Lithuanian, Canadian, British- met my ear and I smiled, feeling a bit fatalistic and humorous all at once. I wonder how many people I have met over the past six months since I left home- dozens, hundreds perhaps? It is hard sometimes to maintain one's enthusiasm for having 'that conversation'- the conversation that all travellers have ...
The flight was full, and boarding was a bit of a circus. They wanted to board by rows but they didn't announce what rows and a lady was checking tickets and sending people in all directions, no one had any idea what was going on. We eventually all boarded and the flight left on time.
It was a 14 hour trip and we had an elderly Spanish lady on the aisle, she couldn't speak English but she was a nice lady. When she got up to go to the toilet ...
... to a local craft market and it was lovely to see a range of products from alpaca products,leather,wooden articles and the lapis lazuli which is the blue stone local to Chile. We set off back to Santiago,about 3,30 pm.Again it took about two hours to get back by which time we were very hot, tired and ready to get back onboard.It was a long journey but we both felt it was well worth ...
... us and brought us the 45 minute journey to our hotel. On the journey into town Marco gave us a brief tour of the main downtown sights including Copacabana. Our hotel is located on Ipanema beach, just round the corner from Copacabana. Unfortunately they were enduring unseasonal rains in Rio and whilst the temperature was 27C in the evening the frequent showers were of the monsoon variety. The high humidity in Rio served to remind us of the pleasant dry heat in Santiago. We ...