Hotel Neruda Express
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... arrived. We barbecued meat over an open flame, and I felt so welcomed I was glad I had made the trip out. I headed home around midnight, and when I got home went across the road to get some empanadas. Now, empanadas are, I think the easiest way to explain, a South American pastie. The most popular is pino - minced beef, onions, egg and one kalamata olive (with the pit still in). The also have cheese ones (disgustingly good) and my favourite, Neapolitana, full of tomato and ...
Our last day in this continent. Probably won't be back - at least, for a very long time - plenty of other places on our list before we return here?! We've had an amazing time. It's not the easiest part of the world to visit. Breakfast at the Copa then a four hour flight from Rio to Santiago. We could fly straight home (it's a four hour wait at Santiago airport and then the flight from Santiago to Auckland - then another four hour wait before the 'short' ...
... of people who joined in at the end to walk around the city. They had loudspeakers broadcasting the service which continued as everyone marched down the street singing hymns etc.
The day ended with dinner in the Bellavista restaurant quarter, sitting outside watching the world go by as it was still very warm and a walk around there before heading back to our hotel.
... the childcare may just be needed.
We woke up super early after our night out in coffee town, still shaking like an earthquake however. For our last full day of adventure, on our honeymoon, we took the metro and then the coach to Valparaiso and then the metro to Vina Del Mar. Our seats for the two hour couch journey were on the second floor, in reclining sofa seats with a panoramic view out. They are a far stretch from Santiago's public buses that the ...
... the city as told by its evolving building designs. For sunset, and after a bit of a grueling uphill ride, we ended up at the top of San Christobal which provided some amazing vistas of Santaigo.
As a bit of an unexpected surprise Andres P set us up with some of his family members living in Santiago who treated us to a wonderful dinner. I certainly wouldn't hold his father accountable for his looks, but it was easy to see/hear where Andres got his unique laugh from. ...