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... walls here. Unfortunately we couldn't find much graffiti at the top of the elevator and after a while we decided to head back down and look at the art in town instead. Luckily on the way down we stumbled upon the area and saw some amazing paintings covering all the houses on a beautiful little cobbled street - see the photos! After this we bought some food to cook for dinner and headed home via a local park. The park ...
So, we left off in Santiago and today we caught the bus to Valparaiso on the coast, where we would spend the next 3 days.
The journey took only an hour, although the bus stop was about as far from our hostel as could be. I suggested a taxi to our hostel, which was at the top of a steep hill. Mr H, however, was keen to walk, so off we went with our backpacks. 30 minutes later, we arrived at our hostel, sweaty and smelly ...
... as to exploit my own suitcase so I am prepared to forego confidentiality and tell you that I am only taking 30% of its gross earnings for five years up to the first 10 Million Dollars and only 20% thereafter. I don't think anyone could say that is excessive. I have switched my phone on and am now just waiting for the first call from Hollywood.
Later we take the Metro to Vina del Mar. Vina is a city just along the coast. It is really joined on ...
... book but did notice that our patch of sand seemed to be decreasing with other sunbathers were rather close. It was only when I stood up & looked along the beach did I realise just how packed the beach had become. Every bit of sand was covered with sunbathers & beach umbrellas, just incredible. We have never been on such a crowded beach. We packed up our things & picked our way through the bathers to get off the beach - it was difficult to walk through without treading on ...
... ParisLondres. The first three are bohemian districts with Universites and lots of small cafes, pubs, and jazz clubs with live music. They are all marked by incredible architecture. You would be hard pressed to find one ugly building, or one that didn't fit among the rest. The last, barrio ParisLondres is a small section of streets that were built to be perfect replicas of streets in its namesake cities of Paris and London. It felt more like ...