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... I haven’t really figured this out yet. But most days the students are there from 8 a.m. until like 1 or 2 p.m. There is no lunch served at the school. Students have to go home for lunch or bring something to eat if they are staying after school. I am able to make it home for lunch everyday with my awesome schedule. Also, I should note that lunch is typically late here compared to the states. After 2 in the ...
... Was a small one bed apt but very clean and modern and good value too. Would certainly recommend for a stay here www.chileapart.com The flight was tiring as it was 4pm leaving NZ and I arrive at 11am the same day after over a 10hr flight. So it ended up been a 39.5 hour day as crossing International Date Line. So first day I crashed a bit. Went to local supermarket for food. Next day got up early, went to local cafe for breakfast. Looked very good ...
... scattered around the hills, we all departed the bus and made our way to immigration. After many sometimes sketchy border crossings in Africa, we were prepared for the worst, yet had faith it would be ok here. The immigration and passport stamping went extremely smoothly and all at one counter for exit and entrance.
We were then shuttled to the bus which was now inside the warehouse like enclosure, we all lined up in a strange ...
... a karaoke bar
In the courtyard of our hostel we had our final meal
And somehow finished a sizeable amount of wine
Good luck to Jen, Ash, John, Martin and Pete, who continue on the tour
Oh but we know we have made some lifelong friends.
San Cristobel Hill
Up To the top
All the city and Andes
Giant Virgin Mary on high
... we bought a bottle to take back to the hostel - a snip at 2 pounds fifty!
After lunch at a nearby restaurant, we caught the bus to the next Vineyard, the Vina Aquitania. Here, we met a couple who had been on the previous tour, from Portland, Oregon, and who it transpired owned a small vineyard themselves. We were the only people on the tour, so it was good fun, and our hostess, Blanca, was really friendly and showed us all around the (small) ...