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... and the locals didn't take much notice of them, although the occaisional person would stop for a pat of perhaps a stray they knew well.
Still feeling a little overwhelmed by it all we walked into the local fish market "Mercado Central" where we were ushered in for lunch of fish and chips, cerveza and iced cafe. We later found out in the Lonely Planet we had walked straight into a tourist trap. We paid by cash and after being handed our change and ...
... even though one night I must have downed at least 4. What they should have warned me about was the insane amount of meat that is consumed during these festivities. Now that is really peligroso! I partook in the consumption of anticuchos (which are simply meat kabobs) and choripan (which is really a glorified version of a hot dog), and by the end of the week…who am I kidding…by the end of the 3rd day, I had seen enough slabs of pig ...
Chillay. Home to pisco sours, a never ending parade of youths making out, and some of the most stunning and versatile scenery you could see in your life.
We began with the bus ride from Mendoza to Santiago, a 6 hour breeze directly through the Andes. We'd been informed of the beauty of this trail beforehand, however the road can often be closed during the winter after vicious rains and snow breeze in from the nearby pacific. Naturally we got our pre bus marley on and sat back ...
... English but when we arrived her young daughter was waiting for us and was fluent, and our translator. We were shown to our studios, which were fantastic, small but they had a comfy double bed, little kitchenette area and tv and free wifi & bathroom (obviously). The apartments are brand new and there is a gym and swimming pool and laundry room in the building! Great value for a capital city. Next morning I woke up to a message from Tammy to say ...
... The most challenging of which is cooking for the group of 34 on camp stoves, while making sure you pay attention to all the allergies. Our first attempt was in the lakes - tasty tacos the result.
From the Chilean lake district we headed to Bariloche in the Argentinean lake district. A gorgeous spot with stunning lakes surrounding a series of snow topped mountains. To explore thoroughly we walked a 18km loop called Circuito Chico which ...