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On our first day a bus driver called out of us if we were going to Reņaca. We don't know how he knew this but it turns out that we were in fact going that way, so we hopped on. The bus proceeded to get insanely crowded, and with every person who go on, the bus driver drove faster and faster. Rounding sharp corners and jumping speed bumps required all passengars to hold on TIGHT, and meanwhile a group of teenage boys were ...
... and told politely that basically shoes that big did not exist and that I must be some kind of alien. Chileans are pretty small people so I guess they must have tiny feet!
Atop Cerro Bellavista is the Casa de Pablo Neruda: La Sebastiana. It once belonged to the famous Chilean poet Pablo Neruda and has since been turned into a museum. Pablo is an icon of Chilean culture, having well and truly left his mark on the Chilean national psyche as a ...
... packed but we managed to find and get on our bus home. So our first DIY tour was a complete success. Both towns were strange but cool in their own ways, Valparaiso with the colourful buildings perched on the edges of the steep hills, and Vina del Mar for its beaches. We´d happened across most of the major landmarks, mainly by accident, and had managed the bus journey in Spanish with no issues. We return home tired but feeling great after a successful day out ...
... our feet. Most earthquakes are jittery affairs like riding on an old bus. Awesome. Literally. This was my first earthquake.
It was harmless but we were a little worried that a big earthquake had happened somewhere far away. So all kinds of smart phones suddenly appeared out of nowhere and we managed to track down that an offshore quake of magnitude 5.5 occurred and there was no damage worth mentioning.
... stay just in Valparaiso (I would at least for a couple of days)there's plenty to do near by. We visited Vina Del Mar (vineyard by the sea) which in some ways is almost attached to Valparaiso and on a map hard to distinguish but in reality could not be more different. Firstly its flat and its full of gardens if that doesnt clue you in not sure what will. It well worth a day exploring at its an easy metro ride from Valparaiso. The museum has ...