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... felt very safe (apart from the occasional earthquake tremor!lol) The parks and streets were very clean and the buildings were a beautiful mix of old and new. The people are warm hearted, passionate, fun loving and always happy to help out a non Spanish speaking tourist! Infact we haven't had a single problem with not speaking the lingo... Well not yet hey!! We have picked up some Spanish and are not shy to use it and it's our intention to expand ...
... available to the cell simultaneously. Furthermore the vitamins essential to proper nutrition and good health must be natural. There is a great difference between natural and synthetic vitamins, not a chemical but a biological difference. There is something missing in the artificial that is of biological or life-enhancing value. Not yet widely accepted, this fact has been unequivocally established by the work of Dr. Ehrenfried Pfeiffer, a biochemist and follower of the great ...
... s who became the first woman professor at the School of Fine Arts at the University of Chile and was awarded the National Prize of Art in 1974 becoming the first woman to earn this award. The sculptures were cool too - we both loved the Pachamama of which I took various photos as it looked amazing from every angle. The building was also a work of art in itself built in 1910 in a Beaux-artes style. Now, all that brain work created a hunger so we decided to take ...
... is made with a variety of things including wine and ice cream. It was really delicious. After the morning tour, I rushed to the Municipal Theatre to see if there were tickets available for the ballet version of Romeo and Juliet. Unfortunately there were none so then I went back to the Belles Arts museum to take the afternoon walking tour with the same company. The afternoon focused more on the highlights of Santiago. This included places like the Plaza de Armas, ...
... had built for his lover, filled with quirky objects de arte and references to the sea. Retro coffee: a chance encounter with an old espresso bar, serving caffeine addicts that were older still. Estacion Mapocho: an old train station turned cultural centre. I crept in through an open goods door to take a few snaps. Mercado Central: a bustling fish market encircled by restaurants and kitchens. I found a small kitchen tucked away in the ...
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