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We had sampled pisco in Valle del Elqui and were soon to taste wine in the heart of Chile's Central Valley, but in Santiago it was all about the 'terremoto', a potent pint of sweet white wine with a scoop of pineapple ice cream. The name refers to the effects on your legs as you stand after drinking a couple, slightly ironic in a country plagued by …
Next stop was a visit to Chile´s Capital. We arrived early at our hostel after our night bus from Castro got into Santiago at around nine in the morning. So we had to wait around for a while to check in and have a room to put out belongings in. Arriving early was a rare occassion and gave us a whole day to fill up with things to do in this fabulous …
As the title explains - that was all we did. Caught up with a friend from years ago who took us out and around the bar areas of Santiago and meet a few of her Chilean friends. The first night we had to dodge some protests - some 40k people and serious riot police (none of that airy fairy stuff they do in Bolivia). Karen explained last time they had …
So we´ve made it through South America in a short and busy 4 months. Amazing! We´ve both loved it. Gareth´s Spanish has improved significantly and Kylie has even picked up some useful words (including the word for butter - which will never be forgotten thanks to her dramatic acting in order to try and buy some).
In Santiago Gareth insisted …
The Argentina-Chile border crossing was the most difficult we have experienced to date. At the exit, we had to get off the bus and have our passports checked, and then at the entrance all of the bags were taken out of the luggage compartment and put through a scanner, after a dog had taken a sniff at Ashleigh's, meaning that it had to be searched …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMoai Viajero Hostel Santiago
Spanish-run by Barcelona fanatics, this hostel has a sprawl of communal areas with an outside area where an excellent breakfast is served. Very friendly staff who want you to be a part of their family! We had a double room with shared bathroom facilities. Excellent showers although a bit worn. Good location, 30 mins walk to Plaza de Armas, 10 mins to nearest metro - La Republica. Safe area in university district. Overall very good value.
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