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... the coup and has been lovingly restored to its former glory by Matilda after his death. Our next stop was the muses de la memoria y Los derechos Humanos (museum of memories and human rights), a recently opened museum and memorial for the people who endured life under the Pinochet dictatorship between 1973 and 1990, it is also a celebration of the strength of the Chilean nation to over come the atrocities of the period. I knew of the Junta and that it was a terrible time in Chile but ...
... things, for instance the road crossing green man is actually animated and speeds up as the time counts down. The buildings themselves were pretty unimpressive as far as these kind of things go. It's kind of understanable though; Chile has some of the most seismic activity of any country in the world, there is an earhquake somewhere in the country almost every day. As such the buildings are simple ...
... t feel too bad just sitting in the sun in the afternoon! Well that is the end of what has been an unforgettable journey around a small portion of South America. I have loved all of it - seen the snow and the sun, met some interesting and fun people along the way, seen the most beautiful places ever and corrected a few misconceptions I held. It's been far safer than I had thought it would be, I didn't see or do any drugs(!!), and the landscapes have been out of this world; I didn't ...
... beds in my room but no
other guests. I was expecting to be in a
room with others from the program but I was alone. So I went downstairs to scope out the
scene. There were tons of people in the
lobby, laughing, talking, and playing Uno.
It was very intimidating. I thought to myself, how long have these
people been here? They’re already playing games? I tried accessing internet but to no avail. So I returned to ...
... the crutch of my pants. For the last 2 hrs in the club, a 30cm gaping hole was visible to everyone, no one seemed to care too much. I was dancing with some nice girls, but the piscolas weren't improving my communication skills. I threw myself into a cab, which stopped off at a hotdog shop on the way home. Was introduced to Panchos (hotdogs covered in avocado and crunchy chips, like Fritos). The cabbie was hilarious making crocodile Dundee jokes with me. I get home at 6 and ...