Director Hotel - Vitacura
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... wine making techniques and all of their wines were blends. We shared a five wine tasting which was really nice and then got a quick tour of the cellars where they store some of their wines in very old clay amphoras and even seal them with mud. We then decided to head to Santiago so got dropped off at the bus station at Casablanca. When we arrived at Santiago this bus dropped us at a different bus terminal so we struggled for a little while to get our bearings ...
... hands if you eat in their establishment OR they all seem to have the exact same menu - cheese empanadas, Parmesan clams, a fish dish, meat dish and possibly a chicken dish. Oh, and don't forget the pappas fritas. Nearly all the main dishes come with french fries. So combine red meat, french fries, top it with a fried egg and we're not really sure how any of the population lives beyond 40. This brings us to our dinner adventure for the evening. Because of all the reasons ...
... a few TV’s to watch Chile play football against Venezuela. I saw Chile score for the second time just seconds before half time to go up 2-0, and the whole bus terminal exploded with excitement. Then I got on the bus to settle in for my 12 hour ride to Puerto Montt. I have a really nice Cruz del Sur bus, and a nice big seat with no seat next to me, so I can get really comfortable. I like these buses ...
... second biggest in the world. We got in the water in three different places and all up saw lots of fish, including Nurse Sharks (I got to hold one of those), Southern Sting Rays (I got to hold one of those too), a Moray Eel, and a rather fearsome looking Reef Crab. The coral was rather nice to look at too. It was fun but a half day was enough for me.
I went for a walk on Tuesday morning, and ...
We were fortunately the only passengers on our airport shuttle so made good time to the airport and with speedy business class check in we were soon in the very long queue in immigration. The airport was incredibly busy, presumably because of school holidays. Our plane left for Santiago reasonably on time and we managed to get bulk head seats with reasonable leg room. Derek had the aisle seat and I took the window and we had a very ...