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... a woman stopped her car and asked us if we would like a ride down. Such lovely people. We declined. This would never happen at home in the US.
A very important chore this week was to get haircuts for both Henk and I. Several salons in Renaca to choose from; however, there was a definite language barrier. So I used Google translator to write down several key phrases, ie, trim, layers, etc. It worked!
Our day trip ...
... people and drink and celebrate and quit
smoking at the same moment.
So I had an early night and got up the next morning to go for a guided
city tour. I did regret to quit smoking as I really wanned to have a
smoke. After shower and breakfast I made my way to meet the guide and
stop to buy some cigarettes. I totally forgot about the holiday and
there wasn't a single ...
... horseride of my life! A 3 hour ride on a mere called Coca Cola who just wanted to go all the time! I have never cantered/galloped on a horse that fast before and it was incredible. We rode along a deserted sand beach in the shore, through pine forests, over marshland and into the sand dunes. The sand dunes were immense and often all we could see were sand hills surrounding us. The horses never failed to amaze when somehow they negotiated some seriously steep ...
... for miles. We’ve had a boat trip round Valpariso harbour and seen the Chilean Navy (very impressive but all parked alongside each other. Please don’t let there be a Jap attack). We’ve been to the beach and chose a spot late morning when it wasn’t too busy. Two hours later, you couldn’t move. Even worse than Scarborough. Mike didn’t like it. Tip to my lovely Oz friends that follow this blog – even though Chile ...
... also be made as a big dish then portioned afterwards. Again you put your treasures inside, this is tradition and was seen to be surprise what ever you found inside one bite. While all this was cooking we learnt how to make the traditional chilean cocktail which is usually drank before meals called Pisco Sour. It is mostly made using 3 parts Pisco, 1 part fresh lemon juice and 1 part egg white, although we left the egg white out, and gomme sugar then it is shaken in ...