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... place in a village setting, maybe about 100 shops, jewellers, leather workers, garment shops, woodwork shops, all of them with a fairly good level of craftsmanship.
On the journey home we stopped at Las Condes, basically the opposite of what we’d just visited. It was Westfields on steroids. 5 massive floors of classy shops, many with a at least a 50% discount, I kept saying "Jan shopping is not a sport," but she ...
... I have never had beef carpaccio and it frightened me, but I tried some anyways. I am not a meat eater. Well I wasn't a meat eater before coming to South America. Since being here, I've had a decent amount of steak and even a few hot dogs. I still despise hot dogs - they were a last ditch effort because I was starving. Anyways, we then started making homemade empanadas. The standard Chilean one is beef, olives, raisins, hard boiled egg and raisins. And they are ...
... the Pisco Sour (a strong cocktail of the liquor Pisco, lime, syrup and an egg white) and the Terremoto (meaning earthquake) which is a lethal concoction of white wine and pineapple ice cream, yes the floor shakes when you stand up after drinking one!
We are loving the amount of 'older' travellers we are meeting, no teenage party animals here.
Ellie dislikes American travellers.
(written on phone, apologies for spelin or Gramtical error... get ...
And so with the aid of the wonders of modern medicine making me feel vaguely human again I was able to thank my lovely friends profusely for having schlepped all my stuff across the city for me while I was waiting at the hospital, moving me from the very expensive hotel we had been in to the considerably cheaper and better located hostel I'd found, and then head over to the gently crumbling but still charming port town of Valparaiso for a day and take a tour of one of the ...
... before boarding another Metro back to Los Leones. Off to the supermarket once again to stock up on all the stuff one needs to make a good plate of nachos, which they were. Man o man, how we’ve missed making our own food! After our massive feed we resumed relaxing, with a few beers and a bottle of lovely Chilean Merlot this time before bed, perhaps a bit too much for me though as I went to bed with head spinning a little bit, ooopsies. I was busy typing blog entries ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking