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... a child. It also smells like roses: white roses. Beautiful.
It is a big vineyard, 250 acres and they grow 12 varieties of grapes: We tried two of their Reservas: a Cabernet and a Carmenere both very nicely balanced. The food and service at the vineyard are also very good, but best of all was the garden, although we did not appreciate the dead tarantula on the grounds when ...
... though more a bed and breakfast than a hostal. Its a little way from plaza de Armas on the opposite side from the bus station but close enough just a bit painful with bags (take a taxi). We stayed in a double (which in this part of the world means two beds, but they also have matrimonial that have a single bed) had a private bathroom with WiFi and breakfast. They only spoke Spanish and were very helpful.
Cost: 28,000 pesos for a ...
... directions from 3 different people, which had me backtracking at least 4 blocks through crowded streets. Ugh.
I was hot, tired, and miserable. I finally found the right bus company and paid $7.00 for the 3.5 hour bus ride. A decent price. It was far from a nice, comfy, air conditioned, relaxing ride for which I was desperately hoping for though. The bus was really crowded with people standing in the aisle, many times leaning and hovering over me in my ...
... beyond them. Later on there was another national park called Llanos de Challe and it was filled with blooming desert plants and cacti.
We stopped briefly at a kelp gathering community. There was an eerie sea mist rolling in and burning off almost as soon as it passed above the land leaving us alternately in white fog and under beating sun and blue skies. The surf all along this coast has been absolutely huge. ...
Today’s blog is a short one. It was a raining for most of the day as we traveled about 2 hour south of Santiago to the city of Santa Cruz. We ended up eating at a restaurant that Megan and Chris really loved called “Vino Bello.” It was mostly Italian cuisine, and I enjoyed some pasta and meatballs as well as a dessert of a brownie with some vanilla ice cream and some cafe… like I said, no bad meals ...
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