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... which was once locked to the general public with 3 gates, and only open to the wealthiest of people, now it's open to all. The club known as club Union was only open to men who worked in the area, and when the current president was elected she walked into the club with confidence knowing no one would say anything to her, now the club holds concerts and the public have access on certain occasions. We ended near the cultural centre, rebuilt many times due to ...
... we have been traveling through Argentinian and Chilean Patagonia in a Wicked Camper Van that we picked up in Puerto Varas.
Although the trip was mostly great, at times it was hard and scary but overall I learned a lot.
... were being harvested whilst we were there. We had rang ahead and were delighted they could accommodate us and we were met by a lovely lady who booked us in on a quick tour and a tasting of their most prestigious wines. The tour was unnecessary as we all knew by now how wine was made and the lady understood completely. However, she said you must come up and take the view. And we were glad we did. On the top of the ...
... later we found out that the bomb was a daily 12:00 noon reminder.
Best part: I really enjoyed the MIM (Mirador Interactivo Museo). We did so many activities there that had to do with science.
... I totally failed to see the last time I was here. First up Cerro Santa Lucia....The name 'indigenous art museum' was definitely a bit misleading when I wandered into the small room under Santa Lucia. As it said 'free entry' I thought it couldn't harm to look but apart from one very small glass cabinet buried in the middle of the market stalls it was just a shop. After nearly 9 months you'd think tourist ...