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Castillo Forestal

Castillo Forestal is a sight to behold in the early morning – approaching from one side, you can admire the impressive turret that gives it its castle status; approaching the other side, the sunlight glimmers through the modern floor-to-ceiling glass window panes. 171 palabras más


Gelateria Mo

I consider myself fairly adventurous when it comes to food, so I made a point of trying to sample the extensive range of unusual icecream flavours in Chile. 179 palabras más


Emporio la Rosa

As you may be aware, I’ve just returned from an epic holiday in South America where, it turns out, icecream is HUGELY popular. So, be prepared for a whole new continent of #icecreamthurs adventures! 195 palabras más


Everything You Need To Know about Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport

If you’re planning to travel to Santiago soon, keep reading!

Santiago de Chile is a cosmopolitan city. The official language is Spanish. The monetary unit is the peso. 1.028 palabras más

Chile Travel

Backpacking South America. Santiago, Chile including El Morado Glacier

June 1, 2013: It was pouring with rain at 0400 in the city of Melbourne when I got up to have my final morning hot water and lemon as I looked over the lights of the Melbourne City Skyline. 4.066 palabras más

Female Travelling


7. The strike action taken by workers of the National Water Commission (NWC) in Kingston, St. James and Trelawny on Tuesday ahead of a general meeting according to the company’s press secretary was, “due to miscommunication.” The NWC workers picketed outside the company offices and those in Kingston padlocked grills refusing to work if their increase in allowance was not met. 983 palabras más


Dancing in Chile to protest dictatorship disappearances

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — Violeta Zuniga gets around with a cane because of her knee problems, but nothing can keep the 83-year-old from performing Chile’s national dance to protest her partner’s disappearance during the country’s military dictatorship. 495 palabras más

Latin America & The Caribbean