Trip to Parque Bicentenario

Last weekend we left it too late to go anywhere far from Santiago, just we chilled in Parque Bicentenario, Vitacura. If you’re new to Santiago, you need to check it out. It’s a huge park, with lovely views and lots of space. Maybe it’s me, but somehow it seems a little more chic than other parks in town. On the…
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The most exciting opening in Santiago this year?

I wrote last year about my love of a beautiful, flower packed cafe in my hometown of Santiago. You can imagine my disappointment when a reader reached out to tell me it had closed its doors. The bad news is yes, Bistro Botanico has closed its doors. Noooo! But the good news is they’re opening in a much bigger, even…
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Insider tips from an Expater in… Algiers

Say bonjour to Charlotte, founder of Little Voyageurs. Charlotte is a reporter by trade. Her work has taken her across the globe, from challenging environments such as Syria and Yemen to the sunshine capital of Miami, and having two kids hasn’t slowed her down. The French national decided to put her love of travel with kids to use and founded…
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The best vegan cafe in Santiago (loved by non vegans alike)

This is probably my favourite cafe in Santiago. Chances are it’s yours too. I held off writing about this place for sometime, because quite frankly everyone knows this place. But in case you’re new in town, or have been living down a rabbit hole, then allow me to enlighten you. Quinoa is a charming, sun drenched oasis of calm in…
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Sexy, fun and downright bonkers fine dining in Santiago

Last week my husband I celebrated five years of marriage together. Apparently the British tradition after five years is to gift each other something made of wood. Only after 40 years together does it get interesting and I can expect a ruby (husband – take note). But 35 years is a long time to wait and I didn’t fancy a…
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The best family friendly hotel in Santiago Chile

A little while ago we moved into our new home here in Santiago and just about everything that could go wrong did. So I checked into the most family friendly hotel I could find. Word on the expatriate parent block is that the five star Hotel Boulevard Suites is the most family friendly hotel you’ll find in Santiago. Here’s why:…
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