Hotel Valle Nevado
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After my exiting day in Santiago I decided it might be fit to get some off season turns in. I traveled to Valle Nevado, Chile's premier ski resort. This resort boasts 7,000 acres of skiable terrain. I bought the all-day pass for a mere 32.000 in Chilean pesos, which is an amazing 0.06 cents! The mountain has the largest terrain park in the country …
... later we found out that the bomb was a daily 12:00 noon reminder.
Best part: I really enjoyed the MIM (Mirador Interactivo Museo). We did so many activities there that had to do with science.
... a tasting menu including wine. We had ten different courses and 6 different types of wine (very generous pours, top) all for $60pp-amazing. There were definitely some interesting courses like avocado ice cream...not my favorite. Matts favorite was the coffee braised pork and my favorite was the confit duck with quinoa. Yum!!! After that we came back to the hotel and crashed from the full bellies and 6 glasses of wine ...
... botanical gardens and restaurants can all be found in the many kilometre park over looking the city of Santiago. The view of both old city centre and new metropolis stretch across the horizon as we slide down the side of the mountain on the funicular. Once at the bottom, we stopped for a bite to eat before wandering through the shops and stalls of Barrio Belavista. This little enclave of shops, stalls and restaurants a hip bustling area of ...
... there were also a considerable number of dogs roaming the streets of La Paz and Uyuni, though they all appear quite good natured. I never felt threatened by them.
Thursday 30th January
We took a free walking tour of the city and learned lots about Chile.
The Mapuche (no I had never heard of them either) were and still are the local indigenous people. They ...