Camila 109 Bed & Breakfast
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... edited for children. (What better way to work on our verb conjugations!)
And after Neruda's house, a quick trip to check out Chileans on the beach. Quite the scene!
A very long day (unbelievable traffic), but really a great experience submerging ourselves in some local culture.
Our Lonely Planet highly recommended the hilly port city of Valpairso two hours from Santiago, describing it as 'gritty and gloriously spontaneous.' I think we might have failed to read that section, because for some reason we thought it would be like the Amalfi Coast in Italy, nice cobbled streets and colourful villages on the coast. It was a bit of a shock when we arrived and began walking with our backpacks ...
My body clock still seems to be on Sydney time as I woke up at 4am and had zero success getting back to sleep. I also lay there for three hours trying to decide if I was getting sick or not, which is hardly how I want to spend the first week of my trip (though perhaps better now than closer to the trek)! As the end of the day approaches, I'm still not quite sure of the answer. I'm not quite sick but certainly don't feel healthy. Perhaps I should have stayed home ...
... drink straight with an accompanying Café solo
A great meal. The portions were huge but this allowed us to taste each others dishes too (this included White Clams grilled with ginger and lime and Bruschetta with eggplant carpione with goat cheese). My starter of shrimps came in a rich creamy sauce flavoured with merkén, a traditional Mapuche Indian condiment made from smoked “cacho de cabra” chillies and ...
... The elevator leads to a tower with magnificent views of the city. On the whole I would have to say we didn't necessarily feel safe in the city and unanimously agreed we were glad we stayed in Santiago. The city is quite run down, damaged by the earth quake in 2006 (the cathedral is collapsing) and a shadow of its former past when Valparaiso was a major port. Before the Panama Canal was built, ships had not choice but to travel ...