Valparaiso Vineyard Inn
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... to have some "chorrillana". Chorrillana is a Chilean "dish" consisting of French fries, onions, fried eggs and beef. My goodness, what a mountain of food! But actually really tasty. Whilst in the bar a large group of men wandered in, one of them whom had a guitar. They settled themselves at the bar, and with beers in hand started to sing with gusto. And they could actually sing pretty well too! No-one else in the pub batted an eyelid, so I can only assume this ...
... often choosing sleeping posies bang smack in the middle of the footpath. It's also common to see cats perch amongst the tomatoes on shop shelves or being chased by said dogs. 3. Curvaceous bottoms are a consistent feature amongst the female majority. Young or Old, big or small, wobbly or firm - figure-hugging pants are the norm. I blame Jennifer Lopez. Even the shop mannequins have curvy bums! 4. Flags - they're everywhere. Clearly a very patriotic ...
... town. The city is also full of gaffiti and street art. Many of which are commissioned to avoid people tagging the walls (signing their name) as people respect the gaffiti art in Valpo and dont tend to tag over other people art!
On the tour we got to take an ascensores (funicular) up to the top of the different cerros for really cheap. We had some amazing views of the town and port from the different cerros. We got to ...
... to the Cooking Class kitchen in Cerro Concepción.
Once in the kitchen we all dressed up in our aprons and chef's hat and had a bit of a photo shoot before getting down to the serious business of wine tasting. We needed to select 2 bottles of wine, from a choice of four of William Cole's produce, to have with our meal once it was cooked and served. All the wines were good, but we settled for a Sauvignon Blanc and a Carmenere, which only can be ...
... practical that needs doing. For example yesterday we had 10 french on horses on the beach and a couple of them were on frisky horses and got carried away. I had to chase after them to try and slow them down but before I knew it Ivan was galloping even faster past me and Coca Cola on his beautiful wild horse called Malpasa; he caught them and stopped them. My heroe. Oh he can't leave me but he's going to. ...