Hotel Da Vinci Valparaiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... from being stretched out! The ball worked great, though. When he put his sweatshirt back on later, Gaspar said, "Now I am the ball!" Just when we were ready for a water break, we were called back to the Wild West area for a program put on by some of the children who participate in a music program. They sang a few songs and then the games began. There was a wooden toy competition (you have to swing the wooden block onto a peg), tug of war, and Land and Sea (kind ...
Sanne found out her uncle was going to die tomorrow, really sad. James messaged to say he was in valparaiso so quickly had breakfast and packed and checked out - so much for a lazy morning! We had to wait a while as Sanne speaking to her family which totally fair enough and we went on her guidance on what she fancied doing today. We walked up to a lookout point then down to the cemeteries - massive graves but could only get into one as was 1pm and close ...
... day or couple of days. And fortunately (this part is not sarcastic, honestly), I had found a perfect city to go be lazy in.
(This part is sarcastic again) To kick off our lazy day, Terrance and I walked for 2 hours to get to our hostel. It would have only been an hour or so, but the accidental detours and heavy backpacks slowed us down a little. On top of that, all of the hostels seemed to be completely full. Hmm.
Eventually we found a spot on top of ...
... even after all that exercise Coco Cola still wanted to gallop the entire length of the beach all the way home. Quite literally my favourite thing!
Speaking to Elena, the lady who owns the ranch and tour business, I discovered that she takes on volunteers and is looking for someone now!!!! Oh my have I struck gold or what?!
In 2 days I will move onto the ranch and work for my bed and board. I will stay there for a month working with the horses ...
... On Thursday morning, we left Santiago and took a two hour bus ride to Valparaíso, once a major port city halfway between Europe and California. When Europeans learned about the Californian gold rush, the fastest boat route was around the southern tip of South America. Because these ships stopped in Valparaíso for rest and provisions, the city was very rich until 1914 when the Panama Canal was open for use; this allowed ships for the first time cut across ...