Corrugated City

Tuesday, 29 January 2008

A few of my favourite photos from the past 9 months of blogging

I reckon you can guess what this post is about. Click to enlarge the photos. They're in no particular order. Enjoy!

Update: I've decided to label the photos now. I couldn't be bothered before but I'm sitting in front of the computer waiting for a phone call so I've got nothing better to do.

Cute sea-lions down in the port.

The moment I realised our house renovations would be bigger than first thought.

Pisco Soured.

I like the wavy cloud in this photo.

After Valparaiso Cerro Abajo, the police now think it's great fun to ride their dirt bikes down the many stairs in Valparaiso.

A volcano. I'm pretty sure it's Osorno.

At a quite lovely restaurant in Pichilemu. Can't remember the name of it though.

Tonto Guerrero.

El Ateneo in Buenos Aires.

View of Valparaiso from waaaaay up in the hills.

Valparaiso's 'delightful and charming' firetrap cabling.

An old man walking down past La Matriz church. I really like this photo.

Sunset from Reñaca.

A photo taken from the new promenade that snakes up around town and past Playa Ancha.

The best churrasco in Chile from Domino in Santiago Centro.

Late afternoon in the Bauhaus wonderland of the Hotel Antumalal in Pucon.

The curvy route up to the Argentine border on the way to Mendoza.

The gets-bigger-every-time-you-see-it Art Nouveau monster Palacio Barburizza.

I always thought this was the case.

Another view of Valparaiso from high in the hills.

The Atacama desert.

I like the car in this photo-it gives a really good idea of the distance and size of the place.

My favourite statue from Cementerio Numero 1.

A cute little church in the middle of the Atacama.

A really windy afternoon at the Hotel Antumalal.


Douchebaguette said...

Hey, I just wanted you to know that your blog is endlessly entertaining to me. I'm headed down there in June, so if there's anything I can bring you from the US, let me know. It's the least I could do!

Matt said...

Hi DBtte, thanks for the comments (always nice to be flattered) and thanks for the offer of bringing stuff down from the US. I'd really like a Mac Book Air

The cheque's in the post.

Douchebaguette said...

Hey, I'm a student! No can do. Otherwise I'd buy one for myself. However, if there's any little thing, like tea or something, do let me know.