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... of the city, including some exceptionally good empanadas and extravagantly overpriced artisan beers. Our next day started with another Tours4tips tour, which led us around the docks to see what remained of what was once South Americas most affluent street, up the hills to famous miradors and past the ancient ascencores (cable car lifts) that run up and down the city's incredibly steep hills and on to some of the best examples of street ...
We only had 2 days to see the falls so there was nothing else for it then to head straight there from the overnight bus, backpacks and all in the torrential rain! A couple more buses, 30 minutes and 8 Reals lighter (approx. £2!) and we were there. We stored our backpacks in a locker and headed in. The atmosphere with the thunder and lighting was …
... nature. There's so much street art here and the buildings and streets make it like a little jungle. The tour was one of the best because of the amount of freebies you got on it. For starters you get a free cookie from a man who sells them along the way, you then got a free bus ride to the other side of Valparaiso to continue the tour. Another huge attraction of Valparaiso is the cable cars which cost $100 (equivalent ...
Leaving Santiago for Chiles national holiday was probably a good idea.
After a 1.5 hour bus ride I was totally lost and had no idea where to
go. Lucky me I met that Slovenian girl who lived there for a year and
showed me the way to my hostel.
After settling in I headed to the center and met a German guy I've met
in the airplane to Chile. Because his sister had to work ...
... of the morning. After booking bus ticket tried to find a bus stop for Vina del
Mar which took a while – for a supposedly sophisticated (according to them)
country they have bad coffee, bad bread (tasteless doughy pricked rolls) and
they fail to mark at bus shelters which bus numbers stop there. It proved even
harder to get on what the tourist office told me was the 612 back and then up
the Cerros ...