Hostal Casa Latina
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... bags). Your declaration form is collected (but not looked at), and a single file is formed to put our hand luggage through the scanner's conveyor belt. Luckily Madeleine and I were both waived through (so apparently bringing a cappuccino mix into Chile is allowed). Yay! By the time we left the border I got a little bit concerned about whether we would be able to check into our B&B when we finally arrived in Valparaiso - but I couldn't phone and ...
... with seafood. You think how later on you will be sitting down to an amazing seafood dinner cooked and prepared by local chefs who know their seafood.
Valparaiso is a walking city. You have to walk the streets to fully appreciate every thing about it. Instead of reading your tourist guide, just walk and let the city speak to you itself. And if you find that you are a bit lost, you can always approach a friendly Chilean local, provided your Spanish ...
We are staying Vina del mar, in a lovey condo in a nice part of town....right across from the beach. This morning we hopped into our car and made a 15 min drive to old Valparadiso, one of the oldest- and most important port cities of Aouth America in the 19th century. The lonely planet calls this city "the spectacular faded beauty of its chaotic cerros (hills), some of the best street art in Latin America, a maze of steep, sinuous streets, alleys ...
... and Argentinian wines so I can source them when I get home. It's too hard to carry some around as I travel but the local bottle shops are proving easier to buy from :) Chile has just knocked Australia off the fourth spot for most wine production and sales in the world!! Another town we passed through is Casablanca - so named for the original house of the area which was white - Casa = house and Blanca = white :) We made our way ...
... between different hills.
In the evening we pick up our bags and return to the bus station. We actually get on a small transfer bus, which takes us about 2 hours towards the boarder and then in the town of Los Andes we need to catch a connecting bus. There are only the two of us and an older Chilean couple on this bus with us. We kind of make friends with them, although we understand very little of what they are telling us. The connecting bus is delayed, it only comes ...