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... Paulinas mums house to drop Mia the dog off. Here we had supper with her family. Avocado, cheese and tomato sandwiches. Who could complain. It was nice to be with the family once again and to get to spend some time. The day was over and we took a collectivo back to Paulinas apartment where we just chilled out the rest of the evening.
Our last day was the day we were going to Valpareiso to see the town centre there. It was sad to think that our time in Chile was nearly over.
... etc etc. It was really fascinating, and I really enjoyed it.
The next day we decided to do a day visit to the nearby coastal towns of Vina del Mar and Valparaiso. The morning didn't start off well, when a cash machine didn't give me my cash and still charged me for it. It should've been an omen! We got to Vina del Mar ok. It's a pretty coastal resort, with nice cafes and beaches and a cool castle! We chilled out there for a while, and I would've ...
The seaside town of Valparaiso (or Valpo as it's known) is home to the largest collection of street art I've seen outside of Bristol. The main town itself is quite ugly, the seaside is quite non-existant being a large trading and naval port (you have to go up the coast to Vina Del Mar for beach action). However, the old part of the town up on a series of hills is very pretty and interesting. Lot's of colonial buildings and cobbled streets.
... and otters. Looking up at the city from the waterfront, you see rows of rainbow colored houses which makes it nearly impossible to miss for ships. I spent my first day walking around getting oriented with the layout. There are not many tourist attractions in Valpo, but the cities layout and style make it a well worthy stopover in Chile.
After Valparaiso, I headed north to a small surf village called Ritoque. Ritoque is hardly a ...
So, I am wrapping up a month in Vina Del Mar, a beautiful resort town on the Central Coast of Chile. When I arrived in Vina, I set up my life for the next month in one afternoon. In four hours, I leased a brand new 2 bedroom furnished apartment for $800 USD through Contact Chile Inc. It overlooks the Pacific with a northern view to the resort cities of Renaca and Concon. I walked across town and purchased a gym ...
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