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Travel Blogs from Valdivia
Currently in Valdivia working out where to go next, Concepcion was wrecked in the recent earthquake so i think i will give that a miss and head up to Valpariaso instead
... produce but the sea lions who come begging for fish scraps The city has had to build a huge fence to stop them marching into the town square:)) A colourful slice of local life.
Housed in a fine riverfront mansion on Isla Teja, Museo Historico y Antropologico (History and Anthropology) this museum is one of Chile's finest. It features a large, well-labeled collection from pre-Columbian times ...
... four puppy's and inadvertently letting them all out of their house into the street and having to reheard them back inside, we went on a boat cruise up the river to visit one of the national parks as well as a couple of historical sites.
The following day we intended to head to one of the coastal national parks but after a few logistical miscalculations we got stuck, I mean "decided", to cut our trip short and instead visit one of the Spanish forts ...
... lectures? Maybe but the weather was too good so you really had to stay outside. I think that they normally have quite a lot of rain there.
We had a great fish lunch in a restaurant opposite the fish market. They also sold very cheap but good white wine there by the glass. Excellent!
... for a stroll along the beach and to see all the colourful fishing boats. Then drove back to the hostel.
After showers, we walked down to the local Parilla (grill) for dinner. Our waiter did not speak much English, but we got by speaking a little Spanish. We had lovely pork strips, steaks, and a sort of trifle for puds. finished with a Pisco Sour, before bed. We booked our accommodation for the next few ...