Cerro San Cristóbal is a hill in northern Santiago, Chile. It rises 850 m AMSL and about 300 m above the rest of Santiago; the peak is the second highest point in the city, after Cerro Renca. Cerro San Cristóbal was named by the Spanish conquistadors for St Christopher, in recognition of its use as a landmark.
As a matter of fact, men never grow up. Their toys just become more expensive and more bad*ss.
New york street (Sector calle Nueva York) in Santiago, Chile.
Cerrillos is an underground metro station and the southern terminal station of Line 6 of the Santiago Metro network, in Santiago, Chile. It is underground, being the terminal station of Line 6, preceded by the Lo Valledor station.
Fantasilandia is a Chilean amusement park. The park opened in 1978 and is located in a corner of the O'Higgins Park in Santiago, Chile. On January 28, 1978 the park opened for first time with only 8 attractions, including the "Galaxy" coaster, "Mansion Siniestra", "Ford T" and "Century 2000", among others
These baby kangaroos are drinking milk from bottles just like human babies do. And what's better than one baby kangaroo? Six of them.
This gadget might come handy if your teacher asks the students to submit a handwritten project but the handwriting has to be clean. Great innovation.
No matter where you go away, you can always come back to your mother and she will embrace you like this mother. Heartwarming.
Barrio Concha y Toro is a neighborhood located in Santiago, Chile. The neighborhood has a medieval-like street plan, whose design was influenced by the ideas of Camillo Sitte. The houses are built on the former site of the Díaz Gana Palace's park, which was divided into lots in 1915.
You explain.. Is this place haunted or some spirits live here. Scary looking boulders.
There is no stronger instinct in nature than a mother's instinct to save its offspring, even if it is a small animal like a rat.
Totoralillo is a spa in Chile , located between Las Tacas and La Herradura , in the Coquimbo Region . It has approximately 2 km of extension. It consists of a small peninsula which is divided into two beaches of sand white, turquoise waters and green. The access to Totoralillo is via the Panamerican Route 5 , at the link to Totoralillo 16 Kilometers north of the link to Guanaqueros.
Totoralillo beach is located 17 kilometers from Coquimbo to the south and is famous for its crystalline, emerald waters; The sand is fine and white. It is an excellent choice for those who want to play sports water , which the diving , the surf , the underwater hunting and fishing . Its waters are warm and suitable for bathing. It offers a good tourist implementation that highlights a good quality restaurant. On the Totoralillo beachthere is also a very particular cabin complex, built in Polynesian style, which gives the place an exotic touch. With its two kilometers of extension, it is a good alternative for those looking for a good level beach and without too much tourist exploitation.
Clear, running, potable water might not be something first-world countries struggle for, but in poorer countries, it can mean the difference between life and death.
This guy in a wheelchair does a flip which most people need years of practice for. Never let your disabilities limit you.
We can tell that this woman absolutely loves dogs by the way she is holding the puppy and hugging it. Wholesome.
It's not just human moms that worry about their children. Have a look at this adorable monkey taking care of her child.
Viu Manent is a family-owned Chilean winery that was founded in 1935 when ... Agustín and Miguel Viu Manent, founded Bodegas Viu in Santiago de Chile.
The wines in the Single Vineyard series are extraordinary examples of the definition of their region and variety, which contributes to the complexity and personality of each wine.
These are small productions made with the finest Viu Manent grapes from selected blocks of our 3 Colchagua Valley vineyards. Controlled yields and very ripe, concentrated hand-picked fruit give rise to these wines of outstanding characteristics that are aged for 14–18 months in French oak barrels.