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... liking Chile. The public transportation here is a little bit crazy--I truly understand the meaning of being packed in like sardines. But once I figured it all out, it really is easy to get around everywhere. I think the thing that surprises me the most, is the amount of bread we eat. I had no idea that bread was a huge part of the Chilean diet! I am so excited for the adventures to come.
... 8217;re very cheap – but there also other solutions in place too, such as buses and shared transport (collectivos) to take people up into the hills. As we head to our hostel from the bus station we get an appreciation of the twisty, windy, steep roads and some of the street art.
We’ve got two full days in town, and the intention is to see something of the place (lots of Chileans we’ve spoken to reckon we’ll like Valparaiso) and ...
Salut a tous !
Nous voila a Valparaiso un tout petit 2h de route depuis Santiago, FACILE !
Valparaiso est une ville tres coloree en bord de mer, pleines de grafitis et de punk, un peu sale, beaucoup de chiens errant et ce n'est pas une ville qui sent la rose ! Mais a part ca c'etait pas mal. :)
La ville est rempli de rues qui zig et qui zag partout, et des cotes et des descentes, autant vous dire qu'avec 15kg sur le dos c'est pas ...
... the stolen goods would be much less than the cost of defending the perimeter. Maybe they get an insurance discount for all of their trouble?
As far as touristy stuff goes, the funnest part of my day was a trip to the Museo del Cielo Abierto. It's a part of town that is covered with murals. You just wander the streets and alleys and stairs and gawk at the artwork and the nice views from Bellavista ...
... door he gave us so much else. As we arrived he was painstakingly preparing (washing, opening and topping) lots of little local shellfish called Machas, and so served us these amazing little melted cheese-covered delicacies while his friends Camila and Nico plied us with home-made chocolate truffles that are normally reserved for sale in their restaurant, La Golondrina (The Swallow), and which taste like a childhood Christmas Eve.