Added by on February 8, 2018

In this week’s episode we’re in the capital of Chile, Santiago. We head out on the town exploring the many hidden corners, we check out some live street performances and take a free walking tour. Check it out!

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Great Days by Joakim Karud http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud
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13 Comments

  • Steve Campbell 1 week ago

    First time watching the Goats. Love the energy in your presentation style. I am flying from Australia in late March, to do 6 weeks through Peru, Bolivia and Chile. Thank you for this very informative video. Will watch more clips right now and have subbed.

  • hetal patel 1 week ago

    will be in Santiago for a day, where did u have good indian food there?

  • cristian e 1 week ago

    Chile planet santuary

  • Shubhankar Mridha 1 week ago

    Both look good together.. 👐

  • Shubhankar Mridha 1 week ago

    That 🍲 food 🤢

  • Alla Koz 1 week ago

    That food looked good! What is the price for a plate like this??

  • Blue Royal 1 week ago

    Santiago is surrounded by mountain and is 2hrs drive to the ocean.

  • Carl G 1 week ago

    Awesome vid. Got me super excited! My wife and I are coming in February.

  • Isabel Ell 1 week ago

    My homeland

  • isabella sandrini 1 week ago

    Just wondering what type of work you do?

  • Manoj Kumar 1 week ago

    beautiful couple … you both are awesome

  • Antonio Estay 1 week ago

    Fantástico, muy bonito. Santiago y todo Chile en general, ofrecen panoramas para todos los gustos. ¡Excelente!

  • ignacio 2017 1 week ago

    This video had him recorded that long ago, because in this season of the year it is very cold, but santiago looks even more beautiful in this climate