Sheraton Santiago Hotel and Convention Center
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Travel Blogs from Santiago
... isn't what we were expecting. It's a city but it def feels like a city. Really it feels like we're in Edmonton, except with some more interesting old buildings in the old historical area, and that most people don't speak English. Santiago really isn't for us... It's just a big city. So today were on a bus headed towards the coast. There's another city on the coast that we've heard great things about and have decided to check it ...
South American final observations
1. So many people smoke a lot from all age groups and both genders
2. Far too many dogs wandering the streets leading to so much dog **** everywhere
3. People in the service industry when they realise we spoke hardly any Spanish often had a look of panic on their face
4. A very heavy starch based diet in the North which can include rice, potatoes and another tuber ...
... famous fish market, for some pastel de choclo- a typical chilean dish. Imagine the basis of a shepherds pie. The mince filling is a chicken drumstick, a spoonful of mince, some egg, a whole olive, onions and raisins. The mashed potato is cornmeal, which I realised has sugar sprinkled over the top then crystallised (with a blowtorch I imagine, or something to that effect). It was good but not the most amazing thing in the world, but if you're in Chile you have to try it! ...
... all of them. They would dip in and out from every different angle, making the two police work and sweat for what should be a rather easy job compared to the others who were training the horses. So fun it was…right up until one of the stray dogs stopped at a pile of horse manure, laid down and started to roll around in it as if he was taking a bubble bath or something! He seemed like he was just cheesing and loving life. Then ...
... br> outlet on my seat where I could charge my phone. It was a really nice 10.5 hour flight. The problem was it was followed by a 5.5 hour
flight on a not-so-cool plane, where I got to sit next to the Australian guy
that really liked to talk. He seemed to
be interested in talking my face off for the entire 5 hour flight but when he
went to get his passport from the overhead bin, I had put on my headphones and
pretended to ...