Corrugated City

Friday 21 December 2007

The Best of Corrugated City

Christmas is coming, time is short and the weather here is currently really crappy so there's no point heading out to take photos. For that reason, i'm going to do a quick 'best of' post so anyone that hasn't been reading this blog since the beginning and who can't be bothered to check back through the archives or click on the labels can see what an incredible, thought-provoking and downright splendid blog i've got here. Or not, as the case may be. Anyway, here are some links to some of my own favourite posts from the last few months.

Edit: I've added more posts and will continue to do so as and when I write a masterpiece.

Skiing in Chile- Valle Nevado v El Colorado

Trams of Valparaiso.

A trip to La Serena, Elqui Valley and getting stopped by the police.

Lord Thomas Cochrane proves not all ginger Scotsmen need confining to Scotland.

The really interesting (seriously) history of Valparaiso's fire stations

Money in Chile-How not to get confused by all those damn zeros.

A Valparaiso sunset and some pretty pictures of the coast.

I get fooled by a bunch of pesky mathematicians.

Some random old photos from my computer.

Navy's big day out.

My first post on graffiti in Valparaiso.

Valparaiso Cerro Abajo-loony bike race down the Valparaiso hills.

Everything you wanted to know about food in Chile.

Photos of downtown Valparaiso and a mini rant.

Probably my favourite photo of Valparaiso

Discovering my house might be German.

And then discovering that it most probably isn't.

Hotels and where to stay in Valparaiso.

A political mistake of the most rubbish kind.

My most favouritist building in the whole of Valparaiso-La Intendencia!

A Valparaiso hidden gem.

How to understand what the hell UF means in Chile.

More photos of downtown Valparaiso.

All about Playa Ancha. And a man in a 1920s bathing suit.

Arquitecto Orlando Esteban Harrington.

My masterplan for making Valparaiso a better place.

Banks of Valparaiso.

La Ratonera-Sort it out!

Making the floor of our house by hand in a Chilean sweat-shop :)

Proof that you can be poor and happy. Allegedly.

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