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... where we visited the Palacio la Moneda, the cathedral and a statue of Salvador Allende, the ex president; los Dominicos, a small handicraft village at the eastern edge of the city; Patronato, the Chinatown of Santiago, with thousands of cheap clothing and food stands. One of the nicest places we went in Santiago has to be Cerro Santa Lucia. Santa Lucia is a hill in central Santiago, covered with old, ornate stairways, fountains and facades, with small and winding paths ...
... to a warm autumn day. Grateful for the chance to stretch out legs properly, we completed immigration and waited at the baggage carousel. While we were looking out for our hold luggage, a team of happy, energetic dogs came through the hall, accompanied by handlers from the Ministry of Agriculture. It appeared that their job was simply to sniff out food in bags. The handlers would then put red tape on bags that the dogs had liked the smell of and leave it to ...
... challenges it has many resources available to it including Copper, Timber, Seafood, agriculture & wine. The earnings from these appear to have made it the most affluent & developed country we visited in the region. Our last 3 days here saw us touring the capital Santiago, visiting the Concha y Toro vineyard and taking an excursion to the neighbouring coastal towns of Viña del Mar & Valparaiso where we were able to ...
... had not been inside, so on Sunday we ventured into the national history museum (Museo National de Historia Natural) and as a bonus the museums are free on a Sunday. It was all very interesting, packed with information about the history of South America and all the different tribes. There was lots of stone and wood carvings, pottery, head dresses, hats, tools,
weapons, etc. Some dating back thousands of years. After about 20 minutes our attention span started ...
... At that point with the pain in my feet, ankles and knees still fresh I was sure that whilst an amazing experience it was the hardest thing I have ever done. It's not something I will be rushing to do again in a hurry. But we couldn't believe all of the incredible scenery we had seen in such a short space of time and we both agreed it was one of the most incredible places we have visited. The next hurdle will be the 3000 + miles back up the country! Farewell Patagonia it's been ...