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As many of you know, I recently switched jobs and am now working for American Airlines out of DFW. With this new, amazing hub location, I decided I really wanted to take advantage of the amazing hub location and go on a weekend trip to South America. I also had always really wanted to visit Chile, but it didn't work out before because connecting flights wouldn't line up. Now I was in DFW, I had a direct flight, and it so happened that it was open the weekend I was looking ...
... drank a Mote de Huesillo (peach juice, puffed wheat and a whole dried peach), we went shopping at the only H&M in South America, and visited the Museum of Memory & Human Rights to learn about Chile's dark (and scarily recent) past. The museum is a memorial to a time in Chilean history, where tens of thousands of people, primarily socialists, were either killed, imprisoned or fled the country under the dictatorship of Pinochet between ...
... being a regular desert fan as some of you know). An enquiry to our lovely waitress sommelier suggested a Kappa; made by Laposolle with the Gran Marnier company this is a very smooth ultra-premium Pisco.
After floating down the cobbled hills back to the hotel it was off to bed. Interestingly I think there must be something special in that Pisco because I dreamed like a mad person! The best dream came to a conclusion ...
... our second point and we had far too much pork! On the way back to the house we picked up Rosario a friend of William and magda from temuco. We dropped William off to work and headed into olmue where a carnival was starting up. It took a while to get going so we wandered around but when it got going it was worth the wait with groups ranging from Brazilian martial arts to civilian traditional dance to Bolivian cholitas. Though I was sure we were told that ...
... home of Chile’s Pisco).
But we knew the real authentic Chile would begin when we arrived in Pena Blanca, Maritza’s barrio/hometown. We would learn the local haunts, the actors and the storylines of the Pena Blanca Novella. It was a great base to explore the area, the customs and the culture. Valparaiso, Vina del Mar and Santiago were all nice cities but the personal connections made them memorable.
In Valpariaso, we ...