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... It was a beautiful, but somewhat windy day outside. I also heard the water was freezing, and since we only had about 24 hours, both of us decided against swimming in the water. We just kept walking along the boardwalk, and there were a lot of cool views of the coast as we walked. We ended up walking all the way to the Vina Del Mar clock, which was a pretty cool sight to see. The clock is made up of a bunch of flowers, and the time was pretty accurate. After a couple ...
... that it's built on 42 different hills and the local maps don't distinguish between what is a two lane road and what is a tiny alleyway with very steep steps. But that's half the fun of Valparaiso - getting lost amongst the many multicoloured hills and alleys. For at your next turn you are more likely than not to stumble across some of the funkiest and fantastic street art you'll ever see. Banksy eat your heart out. Or you'll happen upon one of the city's many funiculars (as ...
... American trucks, Swiss trucks etc. After the tour we had lunch in a local cafe. OK but nothing remarkable. We took. The trolley bus back to the port entrance. I had hoped to go to the craft market but the others were done. On the way back to the ship Marion bought a shawl in the cruise terminal building. We went to the show after dinner - it was surprisingly enjoyable (a musical review by the onboard entertainment ...
... same age that Maritza was when they last met). We were extended the full campo hospitality: sharing huge portions of great food while catching up on the last 30 years. Time had not dented the bond, it was like they had only seen each other a week ago joking around, laughing and eating of course. But the story does not end there. Thanks to the technology of Skype, we were able to call Vincito. It was the first time Manuel had seen the children ...
After getting out of hospital, Sarah and I headed to Valparaiso, a city on the coast a couple of hours from Santiago which is considered the cultural capital of the country. Although not particularly well known, it made it onto the greatest 50 cities of the world which should tell you something. Incredibly vibrant, quirky and bright, both of us absolutely loved the place. All of the houses are painted bright colours or graffitied up. We ended up staying in Valpo as it's known for ...