Travel Blogs from Vina del Mar
... I think those pisco sours are pretty alcoholic. Valapriso is very cool when drunk. Lunch and drinkies sat in the sun looking our over the whole city and the water and then went on search for street art (we found lots) but spent most of the time photographing stray doggies getting down to it.... we are children when drunk but to be fair this is a very common sight in South America so should be captured and remembered lol!
... with butter & lemon
Yes, I liked the seafood the most. Too bad it was usually the priciest option. My favorite dessert was any fruit smoothie from a place called Bogarín. Yum!
Apologies for being lazy but if you want more details some of the foods, here are two good websites:
http://www.southamerica.cl/Chile/Food.h tm (general)
http://eatingchile.blogspot.com/2010/05 /eating-chilean-fish.html (seafood)
I took five years of Spanish and had teachers from Spain, Puerto Rico, the US and even France. So I got to hear several variations of the language. But having not practiced often, I've had to gradually get back into hearing for the rhythm and sound of Spanish.
One thing that I didn't realize about Spanish from my formal education was that accents vary greatly from country to ...
We are back in Santiago and happily reunited with our three pieces of luggage, which are packed with summer clothes. These had been left behind when we went to Patagonia. Add this up; we are now traveling with five suitcases. Yes, Danny, five! Two medium sized suitcases for our winter clothes, one large case for our summer things, and two wheeled carry-ons with our psuedo drugs, toiletries and surplus goods ...
... Basically, things are new, interesting, and fun. This is such a unique experience and I'm just doing my best to enjoy it!
I'm going to make another blog soon more about the politics and culture here, tis very interesting!
Hope this blog reaches you well! And thanks for reading.
p.s. Make sure to check out the pictures below! There's some crazy art here!