After going to bed around 7am we slept until about 2 and then decided we needed food so we went in search of a supermarket. A decent sized supermarket was a 30 minute walk and we took the scenic route back to our hostel to see some other parts of the city that we hadn't seen yet.
Giving up on trying to sleep we chose to get out of bed and go downstairs and have breakfast. There was no one to be seen. It seems in chile that people sleep until 2 in the afternoon. Perhaps because they stay out all night?!
We then went on a free market tour which as you may have guessed by the name takes you through all the fruit, vegetable, meat, fish and flower markets in Santiago. We went to the famous La Piojera bar which stand for 'flea house'. We tried the famous 'terre moto' drink that this bar created, which stands for earth moving because it hits you like and earthquake when you stand up. The drink is a killer mix of wine and pineapple icecream and an unknown red liquid? either way…men have been carried out after one or two of these deadly drinks
Our guide was a pretty cool guy, however I don't think he had showered or washed his hair in a long time! He was rocking that 'I'm too cool to care/probably smoke weed on my days off' vibe to him. He did hang out with us after the tour and took sal and I to the metro and showed us where we needed to go and got the tickets for us. So he was a super sweety! But he was also a bit drunk after the terre moto!