San Alfonso Del Mar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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The most amazing resort I've even stepped foot on. Holds the largest swimming pool in the world
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What a view to wake up too!! I left my curtains open in my ginormous double bed so I could enjoy the sun over our numerous pools. And I wasn't disappointed in the slightest! The girls geared up to go for a run whilst I settled down with a cup of hot milo and my book to enjoy the view (suckers!!!) it was good to see them come back though as I …
So we had a bus to catch today and we decided 12pm we would head to the bus terminal. So we decided to pop over to the shops for a quick browse. These shops are amazing. They're beautiful and huge! We browsed for a good amount of time before grabbing the cab back to our hotel. Here we picked up our bags and headed to the bus terminal. At the bus …
Val-a-paraiso! Val-a-paraiso! Da-da, da-da, da-da, da! (As the song might have gone if those Mexican revolutionaries didn't prefer La Cucaracha). The bustling port town of Valparaiso is an hour and half from Santiago and is both the legislative and cultural capital of Chile. UNESCO has even designated the entire city a world heritage site. And why not? Or "por que no?" as the locals would say. Valparaiso is one of the hardest cities in the world to navigate. That's down to ...
... up and checked out and drove along the coast to Isla Negra to visit the home of Pablo Neruda . I had visited here in 2000 alone by public transport while Ken was nursing his bug. It was a lot busier this time and the little village is cashing in on the tourism created by the writer (though no where near to the extent of Stratford!) with some small stores and stalls. Ken will now describe the whole experience as it was ...
... sights. It is really a collection of smaller cities smudged together to make one, with only the Miraflores district appearing similar to Santiago. But that is not to say there's anything wrong with that; on the contrary, Lima was a place I regarded as home initially, both it's people and its character drew me in. The question of working in "South America, I'm now starting to see, is much broader than I initially thought. Although there ...