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... 1990. After Santiago we headed to Valparaiso, a port town, an hour and a half from Santiago. Valparaiso is well known for its colourful houses and windy streets built over numerous hills or 'cerros', as well as being the primary sea port of Chile. We spent 3 days here, wandering the streets and hills, catching the ascensores (elevators) to different parts of town, taking in the (largely) impressively graffitied and beautiful buildings, visiting ...
... I guess that's a normal sight for some, but it was new to me. I also had a sweet Chilean snack that I really enjoyed. It's called mote con huesillo and it is basically a cold peach juice with a preserved peach (pit included) and a scoop of cooked barley. It was refreshing and not overly sweet. All in all, it was a nice relaxing day at the ...
... very top of Valpo so it had magnificent views if the harbour and town.
Lunch in a seafood restaurant, very fresh fish including Ceviche and seafood brochettes washed down with a Sauvignon Blanc from the Casablanca valley. The restaurant had a sea view so we were able to watch the pelicans and sealions while we ate.
After lunch it was on to Viņa del Mar. Its a real contrast to Valpo, it has a beautiful fine, ...
... packed our bags, said our goodbyes, and with noone from the hostel there to pay we left for the bus station. We grabbed a few apples and a sandwich for the journey, which we assumed was catered but later found out wasn't so much. We both crashed as soon as we got on, waking a few hours later. This bus trip was 20 hours, with an hour change over, and a further 5 hour bus trip. This was gonna be loooooonggg! We watched a couple of films, and some some tv shows and got served dinner. We ...
... I was kinda mad cause it was really cool, he had a lot of stuff. He is a famous chilean poet who died in 1973.
We also took an ascensor which are the traditional carriage things that go up the hills (there are a ton in Valparaiso) but this one was huge and it took us to the top of the church where there is an outside church. like an amphitheater. and a huge statue of Mary with a little prayer area. Also you can see almost all of Santiago and a nice view of the ...