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... due to poverty in some areas but it has lots of great bars and little restaurants on the streets. Had a day in Valparaiso. Again confronting with poverty, rubbish and street dogs but fabulous place and we loved our walking tour. Off to Bolivia this afternoon . Love Victoria and Kevin ...
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... of new friends, as Ruth had offered to look after our big luggage while we spent a few days on Easter Island, so on Sunday morning we were up and out of JuanKa’s place. Oh yes, I forgot to mention the host of our Santiago apartment had a brilliant name, if pronounced in the correct fashion! I’ll leave you to work that one out but it makes me laugh every time. He’s a lovely guy too having called us within minutes of moving in. Made me wonder if he ...
... size of some of the frui vegetables. Some of them looked like they were somehow enhanced because they were so huge. We stopped at a food stall just outside one of the markets and tried Sopaipillas. This was like a bread made out of pumpkin and floor and then fried. With some hot sauce on it, it was absolutely delectable. We then took the subway to Cementerio General. They told us the cemetery is so large that it is the size of 117.5 soccer fields. There are currently ...
I am a man who likes a plan, so to find myself in Chile (not on my original itinerary) feels both naughty and liberating. Being just across the Andes from Mendoza, it seemed a shame not to visit Santiago, and also means my onward journey will take me north towards the geysers and volcanoes of the Atacama desert. A 3-hour delay at the border (with cute sniffer dogs) meant that I arrived in the city shortly after 11.00pm on Saturday night, just ...
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