Hotel Valle Nevado
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... felt more like I would imagine Chile to be like. Bustling streets, markets, colourful houses, steps, view of the sea. We met up with a friend of a friend who has a show there at the moment and had the most fun exploring the city. He also introduced us to Pisco Sours... delicious! If you visit Chile this is a must. We didn't get to go to the next stop along unfortunately (Viña del Mar) but have been told it is beautiful. Next ...
03 January 2015 This morning we went to the Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos (museum of Memory & Human Rights). This beand new museum exhibits expose the terrifying human rights violations and large-scale 'disappearances' that took place under Chile's military government between the years of 1973 and 1990. During the Coupe the president Salvador Allende killed him self after he had quickly written a letter to the ...
... American 'pisco', an alcoholic drink distilled from wine (we think?) which kind of tastes like a really strong margarita. We made our way to Bella Vista, a shop/bar/restaurant kind of scene a ways away from the hotel and had more food and drinks. We hopped around a few restaurants/bars and eventually made our way back to the hotel around 11:30 Chilean time (8:30 central time)...it's been a LONG 24 hours.
... how important it was for us to have Andres with us. He had the med kit, the knowledge to get us down as quickly as possible, and the phone to call the ranger and Erika. He definitely earned his money today.
Erika picked us up and drove us all to the local clinic. It looked like an emergency room to me, and I was impressed at how clean and organized everything was. It was my first time in a South American hospital, and it was much nicer than ...
... rest of the travel group ~ about 30 people. They hail from all over the US, 2 couples are from Australia and two women are from Nicaragua, but now reside in the US. I am excited to meet new people, hear about their experiences and share this one.
Our get to know you dinner was a five course feast, spread out over many hours, at one of the best restaurants in Santiago, Tierra Noble. Note to self - I must be careful not to ...