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... case though. The graffiti started back in the 1970s during the dictorial, oppressive regime of Pinochet. Graffiti was a way of protesting and was considered a form of vandalism. When Chile became more democratic however, the street art continued and the city hall decided that it was OK as long as it contributed to the urban area. In the past there has been problems with artists tagging walls (basically just spraying their street 'signature' on the wall) which is a ...
... also in the mental sense.
It really takes a lot of fortitude to travel from unknown destination to unknown destination, making friends out of strangers at every turn. There are evenings where you just want to sit in bed and read Animorphs (or Megamorphs or one of the companion books if those are more your thing). I've talked to plenty of people who have described that same phenomenon, where some evenings they just don't have the mental energy to want to make ...
Early start as wanted to be on a 9.15 bus from La Serena.
Was still dark and foggy/drizzly but found a colectivo who agreed to drop me at
the terminal. Should have known it was a lie as dropped me at his terminal not
the bus terminal, leaving me a further 15 min walk, especially annoyed as had
had to put up with overperfumed co-passenger and consequently had to open a
... only so many times I can sweep the yard!
She used to have 70 horses but they were stolen over 3 months for horsemeat. An extremely disturbing reoccurring problem in rural Chile. What's even more horrific is that on one occasion the thieves left the horse heads and legs.
I am likely to leave here in the next couple of days. The rest of South America is calling.
... vessels destined for the California gold rush. Some took such a shine to it on the way back, they just stayed, a wide basis of immigrants from all over Europe that defines its population today. Foreign merchants and capital made it Chile's financial powerhouse.
Alas, the combination of the 1906 earthquake and the opening of the Panama Canal in 1914 began the decline of "Valpo" as it is known to the locals. However, judging by ...