Diego de Almagro Talca
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24.1.15 to 31.1.15
We have fallen in-love with this country, it is amazing. We honestly are having the best time ever!
On our way out of Santiago on Saturday morning, after spending a good few hours lazing around doing nothing too much but using the hotel wifi, we went to our favourite shopping centre, Costanera Centre, to stock up on the groceries before heading to the national parks in the south. Jumbo is awesome, it is my favour supermarket, it ...
Hannah's sister Becca and husband Ziggy met us on the 29th at our apartment- it was great to spend some time with familiar faces and to catch up. They were on a holiday from Singapore where they live, taking in Panama, Santiago, Easter Island and Tahiti on their trip. They transferred at Heathrow too which meant they could pick up a few British supplies for us- the teabags, high deet insect repellent (you just cannot get it here), hair product (I know I know) and a ...
Stupid cash machines playing up again, saying there is a
problem with my card, though my company insists they haven’t blocked it again –
tried 2 machines then reduced the amount and the 3rd finally gave me
some – if they are running short, why don’t they just say so instead of blaming
Dropped into the main plaza to catch a parade of firemen ...
... why Mr. Balduzzi lived on site! The winery had been badly damaged by the 2010, losing hundreds of thousands of litres of wine and many of their buildings. It has however bounced back, and we tried (amongst others) the carmonere wine that the region is well known for and which isn't found in many regions throughout the world! After exploring the little town, we took a bus back to Talca, to then continue on to our next destination - Chillan!
... on our first day in San Pedro we visited Valle de la Luna (Valley of the Moon) and Valle de la Muerte (Valley of death), where we saw some of the most spectacular views of our lives. Hiking through salt caves and to the top of sand dunes, we could see for miles beyond the red rock and sand formations below us. From here we watched the sunset over the valley and (an almost) full moon rise above the volcanos behind us. It was a one of the most beautiful places we've ever been. ...