Sheraton Santiago Hotel and Convention Center
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Despite arriving at 5.30am at my hostel on 29 December instead of the planned mid day arrival on 28th December, things go well for my one day in Santiago. The flight delays with LAN airlines have been forgotten as the trip went well and we had more leg room due to less passengers on a rescheduled flight. After a yummy breakfast supplied by the hostel, I take the easily navigated metro train into Barquendano to get a taste of central Santiago. The metro is very crowded and its a ...
... it shipped halfway around the world? Not to worry, I really wanted this raw cacao. Next thing, coconut oil. Now, coconut oil in Australia is around $5 for 500g. Here, it is $20. TWENTY DOLLARS. Following a small heart attack, I put it back on the shelf. On second thoughts, I would think about the financial, ramifications later. Monday brought another productive day, heading to the Brazilian consulate to apply for my visa. I had all the documents I needed except a ticket. ...
... e there with no queues all day. We had a great day and really enjoyed the ski resort. El Colorado has a great variety of runs and would be an awesome resort when there’s good snow. In the afternoon we had a well deserved hot tub with the most amazing sunset. The red and orange colours bathing the steaming hot tub as we relaxed with a beer. We couldn’t help thinking we were so lucky to be ...
... hence the name of the area), which is open for free, until late on Sundays. A step inside the gallery transports you to Paris or some other European city with its high glass ceiling and perimeter of marble statues. I particularly enjoyed a photography exhibit by a guy who had travelled around Paris, Rome, Chile, Bolivia and Peru in the 50s. Interesting to see what has changed massively and what is still the same now. In the same vein, there were some 19th ...
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