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... On our final day we took the train to the upmarket Viña Del Mar and walked the 8km back to Valparaiso. The walk was nothing to write about, except enroute we passed a fish market which a group of sea lions called home. They were absolutely mammoth beasts and along with the pelicans made for some good photographs. They feasted on the leftovers the fishermen discarded from the pier. Our 8 days in ...
... alone. I was impressed. I always tell myself how brave I am for going off alone into these foreign countries, but it helps that I've (1) been on a plane before and (2) been out of the country before.
I need to remember that playing chess is not a good way for me to meet people. For some reason I'm ruthless. I can't play nice. Diana and I had a running joke of saying "sangre" (blood) every time I would make a move, because I was so bloodthirsty in chess. I won 5 out of ...
... but happy. Only one thing for it, better walk back up the hill! Jose had warned us that this may not be the best idea but after ingesting significant calories moments earlier we decided we ought to give it a go and it wasn't too bad even with Chloe on my back. By this time the streets were deserted as it was Chile vs Spain a match in which the former somewhat surprisingly (but convincingly) beat the latter. We stopped on our way and bought Chloe a small Chile flag to wave from ...
... a couple of key inner city neighbourhoods. In particular we became fond of Bellavista, which is the 'bohemian' neighbourhood and is filled with restaurants, cafés and bars. During our time in Santiago we also visited 2 of the key hills of the city, St Lucia Hill and San Cristobal Hill, which both have great lookouts over Santiago, we ate like Chileans by scoffing down a Completo for lunch (a hot dog covered in tomatoes, avocado and ...
... Lonely Planet talks about it being "gloriously spontaneous" where anything goes.
Well it has a chaotic appearance, certainly, being comprised of a flat part El Plan near the port, 47 cerros or hills, a maze of steep winding streets, alleys, escaleras (stairways) and ascensors leading to the tops of the hills, which are piled high with crumbling mansions, and 19th century houses made out of corrugated iron painted ...