Trip to South America

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Flymeanywhere

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Well, I’m in the SCL Lounge again and I have about a 10 hour wait(I know, too long especially this lounge) but I had to check out of the hotel and didn’t know what to do with myself. They told me it was too early for them to check my bag in so they said to take it as carry-on. I managed to get through security with it despite a jar of garlic something I was given as a present in Brazil. The security guy just smiled and repacked it once I explained. I reckon I’ll have trouble getting it through Auckland as I remember them being strict. Still, hoping the ground staff will put it in the hold once I get to the jetbridge and it’s checked through to Sydney. It IS big for a carry-on. So, we’ll just have to wait and see. I’ll continue with the trip on the next post. In summary, Latam is not up to scratch on domestic legs and, trans-Latin America, so-so but more details later.
 

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SCL-LIM:
This was in Premium Economy so the middle seat of the three was blocked off like the BA business class in Europe. Wasn’t particularly hungry but the food was passable for economy class and complimentary. Service was good, though. Sorry, no photos.
 

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I was right about Auckland. They confiscated the garlic paste. As for the LA801 flight, the food was quite nice and the service was good throughout, probably the best Latam flight of the whole trip.
 
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