San Alfonso Del Mar
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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 …
Happy Birthda Steve you made it to 1/4 of a century!! 25 TODAY :) We decided to celebrate it by taking a visit to the worlds largest official swimming pool located at San Alfonso del Mar just down the coast. The pool and surroundings cost 1.4 billion pounds to build and the pool olds around 66 million gallons of water. Very excited to take a dip. …
... Chileans talk to you they are often touching you and they always check if you want to go to the bathroom with them. Yep talk about out of my comfort zone lol! I am going to put on so much weight here...the food and drinks are so good! It's eat, drink, siesta, eat, drink, siesta...repeat :) As we were leaving we saw sea lions frolicking just maybe 20-30m out...amazing! Apparently Vina Del Mar and Valparaiso are the place to be for New Years ...
... pick up so they take short cuts, go through amber and red lights, drive at reckless speeds etc !!! The price depends on how far you are travelling, and range from around 200 pesos for local, 320 to go down from the hill to town or back, and around 480 to go all the way to Vina del Mar.
The first microbus we caught was driven by a lunatic! He had his daughter in the seat behind him, She was only about 3, and was ...