I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Chile has THE BEST street art I have ever had the pleasure to lay my eyes upon. In fact, there are 2 things that are better in Chile than anywhere else I’ve been to: graffiti AND street dogs. The street art … more »
Valparaiso – you deserve more fame!
So today we’re back in the Americas! Life has brought us back to San Francisco and when I am on this continent, I can’t help but think of our life far down south in Chile. Chile undoubtedly has the most amazing graffiti of all the countries that we have been … more »
Everyday: hands down, my favorite restaurant in Santiago!
After staying in Santiago de Chile for 5 weeks my favorite restaurant in the Chilean capital is a Korean & Japanese inspired place. Go figure! Traveling in Latin America I have really developed a taste for Asian cuisine. I know this might sound weird, but what I really mean to … more »
The Chilean sandwich mayo(lo)mania
They’re meaty . They’re massive. They drip mayonnaise like a Hellman’s sponsored fountain… They are, THE CHILEAN SANDWICHES! It doesn’t take more than a couple of days in Chile to understand that Chileans love their sandwiches! Whenever you are looking for a place to eat, you will most … more »
Dalai Lomo: eating meat religiously!
Spotted in Santiago de Chile, Dalai Lomo is a sandwich joint that wants to make you giggle with a play on words: lomo, in Spanish, is meat. One of the most common sandwiches in Chile is “lomito”, sliced pork loin. So instead of Dalai Lama, we have DALAI LOMO! I’d … more »
Santiago de Chile: half city, half graffiti wall! part 2/2
Take a stroll around Santiago de Chile’s picturesque streets with Santiago de Chile: half city, half graffiti wall! part 1/2. In this second part, we take a look at some political inspired graffiti found in Chile‘s capital city. (click i for captions)
Santiago de Chile: half city, half graffiti wall! part 1/2
Santiago de Chile‘s neighborhoods are decorated with plenty of colorful graffiti. If you live in a neighborhood were this is a common means of expression, such as Barrio Yungay or Barrio Brasil, and you want to protect your house’s facade from graffiti youngsters that don’t know what they’re doing, the … more »
Biking my way around Santiago with Paseos en Bicicleta
One of my favorite things to do when arriving to a new city is to just walk around and get a general feeling of the place. A lot of people, with similar intentions, take bus tours, but I think they are not ideal. Taking you from hot spot to hot … more »
Looking at tomorrow’s Photo of the Day.
This is us, looking at what tomorrow’s Photo of the Day is going to be! It shall be magnificent! This picture was taken by our friend Ayush who came to visit us in Santiago! We’re heading to Puerto Montt tomorrow and then to Chiloe Island. After that, it’s going to … more »
We’re leaving on a jet train!
Today is our last day in Santiago de Chile… we’re leaving! Not on a jet train, but on a bus, making our way down South in the longest country on Earth, Chile! We have a ridiculous amount of amazing things to see and do in the upcoming weeks, including the … more »