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... 233;gusté une combinaison de vin blanc et chicha que j'ai bien aimé et Aurelie pas tellement. De retour à l'auberge, j'étais heureux de regarder le match d'Arsenal à la télé après ses trois longues heures de marche. Le soir, notre diner a consisté d'un "chorillana" pour moi et une soupe pour Baguette. Bon mais pas extraordinaire. Le lendemain matin, nous avons profité du temps qu'il nous restait pour voir un peu plus ...
... food an beers, and now Lee offering up his room for us. Rex gave us some important travel advice all the way back in New Zealand. "If someone offers you something, don't be too proud to say yes." So I've put my stubborn pride aside and in return have been shown great hospitality by others. After hanging out with Lee for a while, Sam and I left him to study and made our way to "La Sebastiana", the home of Chile's most beloved poet, Pablo Neruda. For ...
... were delicious. Maybe we try to find his house again tomorrow. The surrounding streets were full of 'street art' - a combination of tagging, graffiti and murals. One of the more famous artists from Chiloe has painted a few murals showing Chiloe's people with the upper body of a fish and human legs to describe the fishermen's move out of islands to the cities for work and money.
A lot of the houses built in Valpo use corrugated iron, which was dumped in the harbor ...
... lamp posts - were incredible displays of artistic talent and creativity that we felt were much more impressive. Finally our goal was to find a set of painted stairs that we felt were so representative of the city and that we had seen on Nico's Facebook. But unfortunately no one in Valparaiso seemed to know what we were talking about. So it took us asking 3 different people and getting 4 ...
... we went to a museum called Museo de la Memoria. Augusto Pinochet was dictator of Chile from 1973 to 1990. Pinochet implemented many policies that allowed for the Chilean economy to really grow and prosper. However, during his 17 years of dictatorship, thousands of Chileans "disappeared" (were killed), thousands more were tortured and imprisoned, and hundreds of thousands went into exile. This museum had news ...