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... vegan, gluten free restaurant across the street that was calling my name. I got a delicious veggie burger, a pineapple juice, and a coconut milk mocha for dessert. Sometimes it's so nice to eat food that tastes similar to what I might eat at home! After that we headed to the bus station to arrange our next tickets to Santiago and then to Mendoza, Argentina. We learned the hard way how important it is to get tickets in advance, or risk of ending up on ...
... if at all, om a Sunday. It had a certain gritty run down charm
but was a ghost town and headed quickly to the fisherman’s port for some more
Badgered repeatedly by touts to buy a huge range of frozen
mariscos – only some of the fish looked fresh and decided not to risk it. Some
drunk was feeding fish and plastic bags to the sea lions in the hope of tips,
but no-one ...
... a great meal and tasting and was certainly a high point of the tour for me.
Tabalí lies on the edge of Valle del Encanto or the Enchanted Valley. Discovered in 1946 and declared a national monument in 1973, the Enchanted Valley is a beautiful arid area where ancient petroglyphs can be found carved on the rocks. There are also Tacit Stones with coffee cup sized holes in them where, it is thought, grain was ground or stored. Some of ...
... pollo viennas. After cleaning up, the guy seemed to really like us - and took us up their sode of the apartmen to the top floor. The view was beautiful but the roof was chilly! We then headed to bed. I finally tried on my pants and not gonna lie - wish I hadn't bought my diaper pants and got my laundry done instead! They looked bad on me and I flash my underwear in them. Not cool. Rach and I did planning and then we went to bed. The best was so clean, comfy and warm! Had a very good night ...
... famous for its clear skies and hot sun, we ate lunch at a solar restaurant. The chef at this restaurant warms up the food with the sun's heat. When the sun went down and the stars showed up we took a bus to an observatory late last night where we saw Jupiter, its moons, part of Orion and the Southern Cross through a telescope. Our next stop from Vicuña is eight hours south by bus to Santiago. I'm excited we're going to Santiago because I've heard good things about it.
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