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... sitting on a bus that normally takes 8 minutes for more than 30 minutes, my roommate and I decided it would just be easier and faster to walk the rest of the way. My host family had a big BBQ and we were able to watch Chile win the game! After the game was over, we ran in the streets making tons of noise, and cars were honking, and it was just tons of fun. Chile plays Spain on Wednesday. It's my study abroad country against Elaine's ...
... while Emilie came to build an extension to some local houses through Habitat for Humanity.
I went to the coast with each of them and both were excellent, I still absolutely love Valpo and the beaches N and S of it! This time I made it to ConCon (N) which is more known for seafood and surfing and to Isla Negra (S) where one of Pablo Neruda´s homes are, his favorite, and all my friends favorites. Additionally, I have been training too so I ...
... and again we were lucky with the weather. We were warned not to check weather forecasts as "this is Patagonia" and the weather changes constantly with 80 mph gusts coming out of nowhere! The views were incredible culminating in the Torres, the towers, on the last morning, but I think our favourite remains Glacier Grey.
From Torres del Paine we travelled to Bariloche, Argentina, and then back to Chile to the Isle of ...
Los Andes is the gateway city to the Chilean ski resort of Portillo and to the trans-andean tunnel at the border crossing with Argentina at the Uspallata Pass in the Andes mountain range. Founded in 1791 as Santa Rosa de Los Andes and located in the Valparaíso Region of Chile.
Our plan was to pass through Los Andes on the 18th on route to Mendoza and then stay here on the 19th on our way back up to the north.
Change of plans. It turned out that ...
... managed to get a bus, funnily enough with the same driver we had in the morning, back to Limache to catch the metro. Unfortunately on arriving we discovered the metro was not running due to an electric fault and ended up having to catch a bus back. Well that turned out to be a nightmare as seemed to have a bus driver far more interested in being a race car driver than a bus driver and while we got back in record time would rather have done so in a ...
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