As temperatures drop in this part of the world, they're rising on the other side. Today, I'm reminiscing about a spot in the southern hemisphere—Valparaiso, Chile—where I studied abroad a couple of years ago. Though it's a bustling city, it has a quaint seaside atmosphere, rich with nautical history. This is the view of the Pacific from La Sebastiana (one of the homes of Pablo Neruda, a Chilean politician, writer and artist), which clings to one of the city's hilly peaks. No pictures can be taken inside the home, but the view out Neruda's bedroom window was all I needed to see.
— Brett Bralley, copy intern