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Saturday, September 15th – Santiago, Chile.
Our guide Hernan and driver Marcos met us at Santiago airport and drove us to the very nice Plaza el Bosque Park and Suites Hotel. After checking in and finding our suites, we met up with Ruth who’s been here a few days, and headed for the central market to have lunch at El Galeon. It was wonderful! Seafood to die for! We toured the fish market afterward, then on to the private horse racing club. At that point, Cathy discovered her shoulder bag had been slit open – luckily nothing of great value had been taken, but the bag was ruined. So we were back on track for the city tour. After a trip up one of the hills for a panoramic view of the city we stopped at a large wine store to stock up. As we were about to pay, Ruth discovered that her wallet, with passport and a good sum of cash was missing. Dropping the rest of us at the hotel, Hernan took her to try and find it. No luck at the restaurant or market, so she reported it to the Canadian consulate. She has to make a police report tomorrow, and fill in some forms, have a photo taken and see the consulate on Monday for a replacement passport. Poor Hernan – he’s done this job for 7 years without incident, and then 2 in one day! We ended the day with a hall party in Cathy and David’s suite. Lots of good food, drink and company. Sally-Jo, Lynn and Myrna arrived from Peru with great stories and big smiles, in time to join us for a drink and nibbles.

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