A large part of our travels is built around experiencing the local food and drink, and there is no better way to see this than to tour the central fish market of a city, and also take in the vineyards/ wine cellars.
One of the tasting rooms at the Concha y Toro wine cellar, just outside Santiago.
Carmenere is one of the grape varietals Chile is best known for.
The Missus likes her wine. Don't judge... much.
This has nothing to do with the Winery, but was one of the better brews available in Chile.
And now we change gears, to some photos shot inside the Central Fish Market in Santiago.
These long and skinny guys are Razor Clams. One of our absolute favourite shellfish… DELICIOUS.
After wandering around all the fish vendors, we stopped for breakfast inside the market and had ourselves far too much ceviches of conger eel (not really an eel, more like an ugly fish), and uni (the plate full of yellow sea-urchin).