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... to check how many bends there were, but must be about twenty. The movies were put on for the second time, which suggested we were going to be quite late. We eventually passed through the town of Los Andes, which was surrounded by lots of vineyards or grape farms. We were still a long way from Valparaiso and the sun was starting to go down. We reached Vina del Mar, just round the coast from Valparaiso, as the sun finally ...
... Neruda I was pleasantly surprised by his story, his house and even more so by his poetry. I instantly became a fan.
Although many aristocrats would turn their noses up at this smelly town, it used to be one of the wealthiest civilisations in Latin America, with the port being an essential stopping place for ships making their way, laden with valuables from the States, around the tip of Chile.
The construction of the Panama ...
... I was singing my heart out to an eclectic mix of music including Elvis, The Blues Brothers and Adel! There is a high probability that if I were ever to become a housewife, which I realise is unlikely for more than one reason, I would also become an alcoholic. Sweeping is so much more fun tipsy!! Now if you'll excuse me I'm off to cook lunch for the **** heads, oh oopse slip of the tongue sorry, I mean the ...
... while exerting little or no effort on my part. So I decided that the most accurate and precise way for me to convey this philosophy to her was to scoff politely, and to accompany that with a gentle snort.
Cue my comeuppance:
On our way to the bus station to leave town we were riding the scenic "0" bus up and through the hills (for the second time, at my specific behest) when a couple of teenage boys got on. I noticed this because one wasn't wearing ...
... men who grinned at us. Even the stray dogs here somehow looked mean.
Eventually we found the hostel. It didnīt look great. We pushed open the creaking old door and climbed a dark wooden staircase. No-one was around. We looked around for someone but the whole place seemed to be abandoned. All the rooms appeared to be empty, everything made from dark wood and covered in a thick layer of dust. The stench of rotting damp from the ...