SANTiAGO, CHILE l 'Pablo Neruda’s Santiago house, built at foot of Cerro San Cristobal, paid tribute to two of his great loves: his wife Matilde (the name ‘La Chascona’ refers to her unruly hair) and the sea. No matter that this house, unlike his others in Chile, is nowhere near the ocean – the living room feels like a lighthouse, while the dining room resembles a ship’s cabin.'

La Chascona - Pablo Neruda’s house in Santiago, Chile Remember August 2009

A journey through the senses - Chile    This video has the power to charm any traveler looking to live an incredible total-sensory experience in nature.  The poetry guides you in an emotional journey through your senses that will capture your imagination of Chile and leave you wanting to visit!"

this short video not only shows you the gorgeous sights and sounds of Chile – it also lets you experience the emotional rush associated with Chile’s captivating beauty.

Pictured is Santiago, the capital of Chile. During Spain's voyages into the new world, this city was founded in 1541. It is located in central Chile and has a population of approximately 5.5 million. To accommodate for this, highways and metro systems were established. The city sits near the base of the Andes mountains, so one can see the beautiful mountain range well from the city. #1A

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