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... I guess that's a normal sight for some, but it was new to me. I also had a sweet Chilean snack that I really enjoyed. It's called mote con huesillo and it is basically a cold peach juice with a preserved peach (pit included) and a scoop of cooked barley. It was refreshing and not overly sweet. All in all, it was a nice relaxing day at the ...
... and we were soon on the best of terms and listening to stories about sailing round the world, scuba diving, bottling Champagne, making biltong and a wide selection of other topics, including the true identity of the conger eel. There was even an art gallery attached to the building but, to Janeīs great distress, it was empty.
A joy to get back, after an hourīs drive to a swim in the pool at home, not a bad day really and as educational as it gets.
... cost about 20p and take you from the bottom of one hill to the top. Valpo is incredibly steep and much like San Francisco in that respect so these were well worth the money. They are not modern - most were built from 1883 to 1916 but this just added to the atmosphere. Our hostel was also amazing. For the first few days we had our own apartment to ourselves complete with living room and kitchen and although it was freezing cold, it was still an incredible bargain.
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... I was kinda mad cause it was really cool, he had a lot of stuff. He is a famous chilean poet who died in 1973.
We also took an ascensor which are the traditional carriage things that go up the hills (there are a ton in Valparaiso) but this one was huge and it took us to the top of the church where there is an outside church. like an amphitheater. and a huge statue of Mary with a little prayer area. Also you can see almost all of Santiago and a nice view of the ...
... the barriers and sea lions negotiating waves and rocks in their apparent search for food. We also checked out Wulff Castle, with giant pelicans perched on its roof. That night we had one of the best Sushi dinners we have ever had. We have been truly spoilt in Chile with their fresh seafood and copious Japanese restaurants.
The next day we ignored the local transport system and walked the 7kms south to the ...