Una laguna roja como la sangre ubicada en las alturas del interior de la Región de Tarapacá, a 195 kilómetros al noreste de Iquique, Chile.
Deliciosas papas rellenas con queso - Potatoes filled with cheese. Typical Chilean food
Borgoña....(It is a drink that has red wine with strawberries and sugar that has little to do with the French town. Refreshment of easy preparation and unique flavor, especially the harsh summers to spend capital).
Fan Shop....(A glass half Filled With tap beer and the other half with Fanta. Ideal for hot days).
Malta con Huevo....(Ideal for breakfast, especially after the 'cane or hangover. "Includes malt, egg, sugar and cinnamon).
Vino Navegado....(Ideal for cold days, warm the wine with orange. Some call it that red wine "chambreao" or warmed (French chambered ... nothing more patriotic). You could also take sugar, cinnamon and cloves. It warms a water bath, although some used warm beside the brazier).
Pastel de Jaiba....(Jaiba cake or crab is a crustacean Chilean very appetizing, all his flesh is eaten and when we open its shell has a lot to eat, his armor plate serves and looks very nice).
Jote....(Portion of Coca-Cola or any Cola drink, and a portion of red wine, the proportions depend on the consumer. Chile is not original, but is very popular and widely consumed by the young Chilean. It is made in various parts of the world just changed its name in Spain is called Calimocho, Mochete or Tincola; in Uruguay is called Vino Cortado (Wine Cut), in Brazil as Diesel, in Mozambique is a Catembe in Argentina is called Bardal, and in Romania is known as Carcalete).