Sheraton Santiago Hotel and Convention Center
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Four days in Santiago, with the first one work-free and a perfect opportunity to explore this city.
... You did your training and then disappeared for a week'. I politely (?!) informed him I had been in touch with the academic director every day since I completed my training, and had actually had my interview 4 months ago. He told me I would basically be put on reserve until some evening classes came up. Voila, the next day the lady from the ass end of nowhere school emailed me, telling me she didn't know I was only available in the afternoon and evening, and sent me a ...
... mentally prepared is a whole 'nother matter. Secretly I was hoping to have four more months of really nice, warm weather. My brother, Irving, teases that I am on my 4th vacation of the summer. But for someone who hates cold weather, this was not in the plan. So naturally, after arriving early in the morning in airport in Santiago and after collecting my bags, I do the most logical thing for a dude who would prefer to be sipping coconut water under ...
... More free time means more time practicing my Spanish!
The initial purchase of the scooter would dip into my savings, but after a couple secs glance, I found a bunch of scooters for around 400 USD. It is definitely doable and I think I will make more in the long run if I have a scooter. Plus, I would have fun going to and from work instead of being crushed on a metro.
I have only just begun to research this idea, but I guess we'll see how this ...
... Where's Wally, the Aussie girls we had met recommended it to us. First stop Esmeralda Street, this used to be a popular area for everyone to drink, chat and enjoy themselves, but the mayor of the time wanted to improve the neighbourhood so he made drinking in public illegal. Anyone who was caught drinking was put in jail and would then have to work on building the bridge across the river. This was great for the mayor as it helped connect the two sides of the city at nearly ...