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... or rather take of the 15 funiculars only then you find the nice parts of the town. We also visit a alfahores shop of Don Pedro. I have actually forgotten his name, but let’s call him Don Pedro. We have to all at once great him loudly Buenos Dias, Don Pedro.… to get a free alfahore, two biscuits filled with Dulce de Leche and covered in chocolate. We are sick of Dulche de Leche by now btw. In Argentina it was in everything… But these are good and we even ...
... i saw a flyer for a hostel in a place called 'Pichilemu'. Its name was 'surf eat sleep' and the past few days i had been trying to decide where to go next north and this was exactly what i wanted to, surf eat sleep, but Pichilemu is south. **** it im going, so i did some research and found Surfarm, a hostel (bunch of cabins) 15min drive south of Pichilemu. It was perfect... sorry you will have to wait for my next blog post to read about that (tomorrow). So point of the story!, i ...
... In the end he asked for some merken and put a spoonful of it in to spice it up.
Although we had a big lunch, after the beer and free piscos, we were all a bit peckish so we headed up the hill to La Tapa de Madrid, the Spanish restaurant we had lunch at yesterday. We shared a bottle of red and very tasty tortilla espaņola with chorizo. David ordered a portion of Oreja de Cerdo (pig's ear) which he ate mostly himself, the others only had a taste.
... sunny day which completely changed the city (unsuprisingly).
We stayed at the best place yet, Hotel Latitud 33 Sur (US$80) where the owners look after you completely and the place feels like home from the minute you step in the door. Little eccentric construction in the foyer, with open beams and a woody feel to it. Then the room which was again eccentricly shaped and had the most comfortable ...
... paint from garbage piles, once used on European ships to weigh down the empty vessels during their return voyages.
And, last but not least, every wall, building, door and stairwell has been transformed into world renowned street art, one mural better then the next, creating true open air galleries in every nook and cranny. After two nights and three days, we had peeked around many, if not every corner, and enjoyed our wandering immensely. ...