San Cristobal Tower
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... this was our coldest morning. Luckily our first priority on that day was jumping in some volcanic hot springs. The feeling of warm water was glorious, mostly because we've yet to shower. Spending an hour spoiled in warm jacuzzi water drinking cold tea at a spa like location had us feeling like royalty. That feeling was crucial in getting us through the chaos we collided with later in the day. Cutting through Chile's Lake District is no cake walk. Dirt ...
... place, it's not very often we spend a whole afternoon just watching tv. It almost felt as if we lived there. Later Bruno returned and soon after we left to join his rugby training. We took the bus but as we didn't have the bus cards needed to pay for it, the driver didn't even care that we hopped on and off for free! Bruno's team were called the Prince of Wales Country club and actually had some international players! Not that Chile have a well ...
... manner and habitat. The newspapers write about it frequently but rarely give the background as to why some Mapuche might be upset. It is similar to the lack of background given as to why the people of Ferguson, Missouri, for instance, might be upset. As such, some people are left with the feeling and perception of “oh those Mapuche are always fighting over nothing and are just unruly and violent.” Or “oh those black folk are always fighting ...
... complain. The next day out on the salt flats was an epic journey for me personally. We saw the cactus islands, and parts of the the Atacama desert few will venture to. We had window problems this day which I have detailed in one of the pics. I have never been this dusty in all my life....makes Namibia look like a lush grass land. I am not sure where we slept that night, but I managed to have a shower (and there was warm water), and later found myself with a local chilled beer in ...
... legs from the outside. There are some new types of 'Cafe con Piernas' which have blacked out windows, loud music and longer hours where girls will serve drinks in various states of undress.
We walked round to Palacio de Moneda, Chile's Presidential office. Presidents don't actually live there, they live in their own apartments/houses. It was also the scene of quite an incredible military coup. Salvador Allende, a former president of Chile, was ...