Hostal Reloj de Flores B&B
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... coffee shops for women where men serve the coffee.
The first inhabitants of Chile were the Mapuche. The large majority of Chileans will have this DNA. There are still some of these people/tribes living in the wilder parts of Chile. Apparently they have similar features to the Mongolians and are a bigger, stronger build. You don't argue with them. There is a tribute to this race in the town square.
Santiago is located in a valley between ...
... but strong). Still, we did run into some translation problems, one afternoon ordering what we thought was some sort of parmesan dip on crackers, only to be delivered a plate of clams. Thank goodness they were covered with cheese so they slid down easily.
The adjacent town is Valparaiso, the oldest city and most important seaport in Chile. Rising up
from the sea on 42 hills is a picturesque ...
... Have already forgotten everything though. After Concõn we headed back to Renãca. Much more developed and a nicer beach to chill on. We didn't spend long there. After a quick macdoVnalds feed we bused back to Viña del Mar to watch the football. Chile vs Australia. They had erected a big screen in a park in the city centre so we headed down there to watch the match. The crowd was loving it but we got a few sketchy looks ...
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We had a late dinner (mostly because we spent ages wandering around to find somewhere open on a Sunday night) at a cafe near to our hostel, which had run out of nearly everything on the menu! Nevertheless, we had a nice evening and returned to our hostel, sad to be leaving the next day.
Over breakfast the following morning, the owner of the hostel, a lovely lady, started talking to us about our travels and the railways ...
... for birds to drop their treasure from the sky, they both are charming. Fonck is elected the best part of Chile so far as we follow our hearts to the beach. Strong late afternoon sun and warm sand congratulate us on finding our gold as we nap in bliss. Late afternoon turns early evening and the silent dinner bell starts to ring. A thorough sweep of the restaurant row by the beach dictates that ...