Traveling is all about the highs and the lows and the ability to be flexible and/or patient as the case may be. Our attempts to reach Mendoza were certainly challenging…
One of the highlights during our time in Santiago was the street art we found one morning wandering through Barrio Brasil. Buenos Aires is famous for it’s street art, but we were much more impressed with Santiago, which had some the best street art we’d seen on our trip so far. Below are some of […]
Top of the to do list while we were in town was Concha y Toro, the second biggest winery in the world, and the easiest winery to visit by public transport from Santiago. As was the case with a lot of wineries in South America, the only way to do a wine tasting was to […]
For the first time in months, we’re spending some time apart. The girls climbed a hill (should have been called a mountain), visited a virgin, and wandered around rainbow streets – while the boys took in a local football match, with one of the more controversial teams in the Chilean league.
Apart from the below photo, this is a post of words only. When traveling, one of the things we enjoy the most is learning the history of the country we’re in. Although often, it’s not an easy or enjoyable experience. Chile was no different. The Museum of Memory and Human Rights is a museum located […]
We’ve really enjoyed our time in Chile, so it seemed only natural Santiago would be another highlight of our trip. We very quickly feel in love with this beautiful city. We rented a fantastic 2 bedroom airbnb apartment for the week with Craig and Erin (apartment details below). We were in the centre of town, […]