San Cristobal Tower
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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... the rainy season, this part of Chile had not had any precipitation in months. We would later find out that neither Portillo nor Valle Nevado (our two original ski destinations) would open until mid-August because of this severe drought, and we had to venture further south after all to Termas de Chillan to find any snow.
Our trip from the Dreams resort in Costa Rica to Santiago took a full day. We drove to Liberia, took a short flight to Panama City, and then a 7 ...
... our group were dropped off at some markets, but I'd jarred my knee on one of the cobbled streets so we stayed on the bus with 3 others and returned to the hotel. We went to a little convenience store to stock up for tomorrow (Good Friday, everything will be closed) and then wandered down to the local Pizza Hut for a lovely lunch. They don't serve wine, only beer or soft drink! Then we returned to,our room for a rest. Our tour guide and bus driver returned to ...
... like a ghost. During this time, a pack of at least 20 dogs arrived, all very friendly, a little under fed, but never the less very cute. Meanwhile Mrs Sickbag, is still queezzy., so our guide Andrea, decides to leave her and her 3 amigos behind. Luckily for them, the only small roadside cafe was half a km further back - so we left the walking in that direction. Now Victor our Driver, needs a medal. It is ...
... Santiago is about midway between the long thin country of Chile. Our next destination was some 3000 miles south. There is no direct route by road through Chile to its southern districts. Getting there involved taking a combination of 5 different buses for a total of 47 and a bit hours. The majority of this journey crosses through Argentina which meant passing in and out of the Chilean border two times. Arriving in Punta Arenas the most southerly city in the world we were as close ...
... he was faking it. Entering the reggae bar, paying a $4 entrance fee, it was relatively dead at 11.30pm. This clearly was not the place to be. Happy with the music and a cheap drink, I didn't care. We laughed and chatted the night away, and I soon had to fight my way through the crowd when I left at 3am. One of the other amazing things in chile, is people will lay out a cloth or blanket, and various wares for sale. Some boring, like head phones, marijuana pipes ...