Hotel Eurotel El Bosque
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... cook vegetables here. I feel much better already. My host mom tried some of my spinach and she liked it. She told me she’s never had cooked spinach. She gave me a funny look when I told her that in the states almost all vegetables are eaten cooked. I gave her a funny look when she told me that she's never had cooked spinach. CULTURE. ;)
Man I actually feel like I had more food pics than this. Ooops. Where did they all go?
... We both got a good laugh out of it. It took a good few hours to clear up, just in time for bed really. If you consider bed time to be 4pm that is. I arrived at 10am and I tried, I really tried to stay up all day until bed time but just lay down on my bed for a second and the next thing I knew it was 8pm! I then went back to bed at midnight and slept solidly until 10am. I think I really needed it.
Anyway, not the most exciting news for the day but more interesting stories to come.
... need to climb out of my cocoon, make some breakfast, and deliver this van back to the Santiago Wicked Office before 2 pm, siesta time.
For the past six weeks we explored Chile and Argentina with our Wicked camper van. We drove all the way down to Ushuaia on the bottom of the world and drove up the Argentinian coast back to Santiago. One of the main benefits of having the van was not needing to stay in hostels, which allows us to go places very ...
... the last funicular of the day back down. We went to a bar for a cocktail with our new friend Matilda on the way back to the hostel and then grabbed some snacks in the supermarket for dinner. After dinner we had some drinks by the pool with the group from the night before and a new Australian girl called Tiffany before heading back into town for another late ...
... This winery also was involved in sheltering Chilean soldiers from the Spanish during one of the wars of independence and this has lead to their wine brand called 120 which is for the 120 soldiers sheltered. Apparently when this took place a boy, was so inspired by the scenes he saw, it lead him to become president in later years (I believe the 3rd president). We were shown all aspects of the winery, from the barrels - French oak for a more subtle wine and American oak for ...