|Inside Estacion Mapocho, designed by Eiffel.|
Once a train station, now a cultural center.
|@ Ciudad Vieja, an excellent sandwich shop|
|A very busy beverage|
|Pichinga: cheap, salty, and greasy|
- 1Kg (2.2Lbs) Apricots - $500CLP (Approx. $1USD)
- 1Kg Cherries - $500CLP
- 2Kg Watermelon - $2.000CLP
- 1Kg Lemons - $300CLP
|Terremoto in a cleaner part of La Piojera|
|A creepy clown at La Piojera|
This traditional restaurant and bar is known for it’s home-cooked meals and variety of drinks that will knock you on your ass. The most famous, the Terremoto (or earthquake), is a combination of Pipeño (a Chilean wine), ice cream and liquor that tastes like a sweet mixed drink but hits you like a booze train.We've always stopped ourselves after 2 of these, which seemed like enough. I imagine that 3 or more and you are really banged-up. Hence, all the jack-asses getting dragged out of there.
|Moonrise over Cerro San Cristobal|
|A vegan protest. I feel bad for these people. They're standing|
in direct sunlight for hours holding dead, rotting animals.
The stench is pretty bad, yet I'm surprisingly hungry.
That just about does it on my end. I hope everyone is feeling Christmasy and doing well. Drop me a line if you are/aren't.