Hotel Valle Nevado
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... anyone in or out. There was one small road leading off the flats and into the village. By village I mean four small homes made from salt bricks. We sat with our vehicles on the flats for about three hours while our local operator and Cheo tried to reason with them. There was to be no success for us, as the local operating company had reneged on some keys promises to the community and this was the first G Adevntures were hearing of it. Cheo managed to find all 15 of us a bed to ...
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With our onward travel sorted, we could now enjoy the city so we took the metro to Universidad Catolica station and walked through the Lastarria neighbourhood. We grabbed a quick lunch at one of the many restaurants - nothing flash, just a basic menu del dia washed down with a glass of red wine.
"Tours 4 Tips" had two separate free walking tours and we wanted to join the afternoon 'Santiago Highlights' tour. We were a bit early for ...
This is just a short video I made to highlight our time in Chile. It is by no means comprehensive and it does not reflect all of the wonderful people we met and good friends that we made during our time there. Check it out, but there might be copyright issues, so if you can't view it, let me know.
Ben and Elizabeth
... as a very bloody and physiological warfare. The city was clearly wealthy in it's early days as the old buildings are magnificent. Nowadays it's a mixture of rich and poor. Things are certainly cheaper than home, so money stretches further thankfully. Checked out a Pre-Columbia museum which was highlighted by the guide. Some nice artefacts from the early days. It was a long say wandering around the city so early to bed. Still tired from the flight. ...
... dropped off in the Bellavista area and had epanadas (pie) and Chile red wine for lunch. Walked through Parque Forestal to Museo Bellas Artes although none of us were impressed by the paintings. Lots of stray dogs in parks. Wandered through some markets and then back to Hotel. Dinner at the hotel restaurant tonight. Good. Seafood is big on the ...