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In Torres del Paine, which had recently suffered damage due to wildfires, we hiked to the Three Towers, as well as up the French Valley. We had coffee in this charming cafe, La Mesa del Barrio, across the street from the library complex. 38 I posed with the two women chefs. 39 The panadería, or bakery, offers many different kinds of breads and pastries - pan de crema, pan de yuca, pan de queso, pan de arepas, etc. 40 Staghorn ferns grow beautifully everywhere, in hanging baskets and large pots. 41 Fruit carts sell cut up mangoes, served with lime and salt. 42 One bakery offered the fried cheesy dough balls known as buñuelos, a favorite snack any time of day. 43 The buñuelos fry to golden brown perfection.

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Publisher: Nabu Press (August 27, 2011)

ISBN: 1178593282

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