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... seagulls and seals.On the beach were pelicans which were quite dark in colour.
After returning to Valparaiso, we walked back to the nearby hills and perused the shops. We stopped at a cupcake shop for tea and cake and chatted to a delightful local woman who had good English and helped us with the shop owner who had none. There were some very good quality shops in the area and we bought some jewellery and a beautiful ...
... get 16, there didn't appear to be much competition in the town and it was better than 13. Once the first exchange had been done we found four more men to exchange with along the way saving us a fortune- knew I brought him along for a reason! Top tip for Argentinia, bring US$ with you, $100 notes if possible to obtain the best exchange rate, and don't worry about street transactions they seem to be very common. First night in Argentinia can meet only one ...
... her and was barking none stop right next to us so we could barely hear our guide. Without fail they would follow us from picture to picture and stand in front of each one barking. It was funny to start with but then it got really annoying so we started to try to lose them by tricking them to join another group but they just wouldn't go. As we walked we recruited more and more dogs and our guides face dropped when he saw another 2 that hang around together who ...
... the whole week and had done very little sitting around the hostel. It was almost entirely laying rather than sitting, and in my bed rather than "around."
So we had enjoyed great programming such as Inkmaster and Top Chef most evenings, as well as some Los Simpson and a few HBO movies. In a way it's a shame to sit in a hostel and watch TV and movies all day, but sometimes that is exactly what the doctor (me) prescribes.
In the evening, we played some ...
... salsa and who knows what else. The biggest hotdog I have ever seen in my life! Attempting to consume it required at least 5 minutes of strategic planning and an abundant supply of serviettes. Next dish, the chorrillana, another Valpo special consisting of chips/fries topped with chopped sausage and other unidentifiable meat, with some egg and onion. A rather uninspiring dish and a real eyesore to behold. But something that every Valpo visitor ...