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Mi columna necesita una silla, cual recomiendan comprar para esta cuarentena?

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Actualmente tengo sillas de algarrobo, una rigidez descomunal, estuve viendo muchos modelos y opiniones, se que no tengo que comprar de ecocuero por que se rajan, si son muy mullidas termina molestando, las de mesh son la opcion mas inteligente pero las veo muy fragiles a muchas, no la tela mesh, sino la construccion en si
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Edit: me habia olvidado del modelo 4, se lo ve comodo pero no me termina de convencer
UPDATE: gracias a la recomendacion de sofia207 me compre una silla de rodillascompre este modelo le pedi que me aumentara la densidad y los regatones de goma, se le puede pedir diferentes tipos de telas y colores, etc.Llevo recien 5 minutos sentado, de entrada te sentas y tenes buena postura,todavia no puedo decir que me duela nada.Por si no estan convencidos de comprarla, me dijo que si quieren se comunican con el y que se las deja para que prueben un dia sin cargo.
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Travelling to Chile? Let me [Bi] your guide!

Travelling to Chile? Let me [Bi] your guide!
So yeah, after a wonderful comment thread over at bisexual and the founding of this sub-reddit, I've decided to create the first "travel guide" and what better place to start than my home-country, Chile!
But first, a small fact-sheet!
  • Name: Republic of Chile
  • Country Call Code: +56
  • Internet TLD: .cl
  • Currency: Chilean Peso (CLP) // 1 USD = 709 CLP
  • Time Zone: UTC -3 (Continental Chile) // UTC -5 Easter Island
  • Capital City: Santiago, Metropolitan Region.
  • LGBT-friendliness Scale: 8/10. Gays, lesbians and bisexuals visiting Chile will most likely not encounter any prejudice or outward intolerance. However, public displays of affection between same sexes are rare, even in metropolitan cities such as Santiago. In general, attitudes, especially those of Chilean men, toward gays and lesbians are not very liberal, owing in part to the Catholic, conservative nature of their society. Homosexual relationships have only recently been declared officially legal (1999), and many gays and lesbians are not actively open about their orientation outside their own circles. In Santiago, the two most gay-friendly neighborhoods are Bellavista and Parque Forestal (also known as Bellas Artes).

Now, onto some travel advice!

So yeah, what do you want to do when you come to Chile? Well, there's plenty of things to see, to try and explore. Pack your bags, everybody 'cause it's going to be a long ride!
1.- Explore Torres del Paine

Best time to visit: Spring (October to November) brings mild temperatures, and the flora and fauna comes alive. Summer (December to February) is the high season with great temperature and lots of tourists. Fall (March to May) is still a good time to visit, with slightly cooler temperature and less tourists around. Shared with Argentina, Patagonia is one of the most amazing regions in both countries.
You can search for Patagonia tours that take care of the entire itinerary or just embark on the adventure with a group of friends. Either way, make sure you plan your trip for the peak summer months. The best time to visit Patagonia is October to November. The most popular attraction in this region is the Torres del Paine National Park. If time allows, you should definitely consider a Torres del Paine trek and there are three routes to choose from! Aside from this you should also explore its southern, mysterious provinces of Magallanes, Última Esperanza and Tierra del Fuego.
How to get there: From Santiago, take a flight to Punta Arenas. Takes about 3hrs, 15 minutes with prices ranging from $40.354 CLP to $55.750 CLP (about $50 USD to $70 USD, depending on the season)
2.- Get closer to the fascinating life in a port city like Valparaiso

Best time to visit: Spring (March to May) brings great weather, ideal for visiting the city and its coastal towns. Valparaíso is one of the street art capitals of South America so, whether you are an art enthusiast, or just interested in the Chilean cultural background, visiting Valparaíso should be on your list of things to do in Chile. You can visit this charming port town all year round. Start a journey from Santiago to Valparaiso and have an enhanced street art experience, or join one of the available tours in one of the many tour agencies! When you are worn out exploring the many thousand street art in Valparaiso, take an ice cream break at Emporio La Rosa. They claim to be one of the 25 best ice cream shops in the world. Find out if it is true.
How to get there: The cheapest if not the fastest option is taking a bus from Terminal Alameda (at Av Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins 3750, Estacion Central, Santiago). The trip takes about 1hr, 30 minutes, starting from the aforementioned location. Tur-Bus has a bus-service starting at 06:00 am till 10:30 pm, every 10 minutes aprox, so it is your safest bet if your time and money is limited (Ticket starting at $2000 CLP, about $2 USD)
3.- Take a day trip to Cajon del Maipo

  • Best time to visit: All year around. This spectacular canyon, on the western edge of the Andes, around two hours southeast of Santiago is a trekker’s paradise, offering amazing mountain scenery, and stunning landscapes. Many locals come here for a weekend escape, and it’s easy to see why. Amongst its natural beauty you will also find the marks of man at the reservoir of Embalse del Yeso, 2,500 meters above sea level. An incredible feat of engineering, which supplies water to Santiago and is surrounded by stunning mountain scenery, it is a popular tourist attraction.
There are many activities available in the region, from trekking, horse riding, skiing, and even wine tasting, and its close proximity to Santiago makes visiting the canyon easy if you have your own transport. You will also find plenty of tours to Cajon del Maipo from Santiago if you do not wish to navigate the place on your own. After a hard day of activities relax in one of the many hot springs, the three main ones are at Baños Morales, Baños Colina and Termas El Plomo. The fully-staffed sights are a great destination to unwind!
How to get there: Leave Santiago early, best by 8:00. Any time later and you will come across a lot of traffic. Drive a SUV or similar vehicle. The last 22 km is mountain road that is sinuous, graveled and narrow. You will have to be a confident, experienced driver to tackle this stretch. If possible, avoid weekends in order to avoid local crowds.
4.- Enjoy a wine tasting session

  • Best time to visit: All year around, depending on which wine regions you'd like to visit.
Chile is famous for its wine. The hearts of wine lovers from all over the world have been conquered with delicacies like Malbec or Carménère. If you are a wine aficionado, you should visit some of the local wineries in the Maipo valley, where you can enjoy a tour and an unforgettable wine tasting. If that doesn’t quench your thirst, give a five wine regions in Chile a try!

How to get there: One of the best ways to explore a wine valley is to take a day tour that includes 2 wineries with lunch. Around Santiago is the Casablanca valley. Visit the biodynamic vineyard of Emiliana Organic Vineyards where you can hug the alpacas and have a food and wine pairing lunch at Bodegas RE. Don't forget no to drink and drive!
5.- Discover Chiloe

  • Best time to visit: January to March offers warm weather and a range of events.
A whimsical island in South America, Chiloe has long been under the radar of travel lists. More recently, this uniquely independent land shrouded in myths and legends is drawing attention for all the right reasons. Surrounded by seawater that often puts on a show of blue whales, its most iconic sight is one to behold — colorful wooden houses that hover over the water on stilts. Beyond is a lush landscape that hides wild national parks, old wooden churches, and wet, dense forests. To add, the island locals flaunt rich culture and decadent culinary traditions that are waiting to be discovered. If there is a new place you have to discover this year, let it be Chiloe in Chile.
How to get there: If coming from Santiago, be sure to stop for supplies or anything you might need, in Puerto Montt. Currently, there are some flights that land straight in Chiloe (at Aeropuerto Mocopulli in Castro) but most travelers, arrive by land. From Puerto Montt, take Ruta 5 (a toll-road) and drive 'till you arrive to Pargua. From there, take the ferry (either Cruz del Sur or Transmarchilay) and depending on the type of vehicle you're driving, expect to pay between $13.200 CLP (about $18 USD) for a small car or pick-up truck, to $28.300 CLP ($39 USD) for a motorhome. A cheapest option would be booking a day tour in Puerto Montt with prices ranging between $20.000 CLP /per PAX (for a simple sight-seeing tour) to $38.000 CLP (for themed tours about the history and mythology of the island and its inhabitants)
6.- In-between Germany and Spain? That's Valdivia for you!

  • Best time to visit: All year-round!
Named after the Spanish conquistador Pedro de Valdivia, this city is found in the south of Chile and is capital of the Los Ríos region. Where once Valdivia and Chiloé were the southernmost outliers of the Spanish Empire, today Valdivia is home to history, culture and delicious food and drink. Here’s everything you need to know.
Hop on the Valdivian steam train, which dates back to 1913 and is the only one in Chile that still operates. Journey alongside the Calle River towards Antilhue, sit back and enjoy the scenic route with luscious green surroundings before jumping off at the stops Pishuinco and Huellelhue to shop for souvenirs and taste the local specialities.
Foodies should head to the Valdivia food market and taste the traditional Chilean cuisine as well as the local produce, which includes a wide variety of fresh fish. Despite barely standing the 1960 earthquake, the 1918 building underwent renovation and was reinforced as a shopping and dining complex. Try the Valdiviano, a local meat and vegetable soup, or taste the choritos al ajillo, mussels with garlic and chillies; another foodie delight is the Crudo, our very own take on a German dish called Mett. For the real experience (i.e. the best crudos in town), go to Cafe Das Haus at O'higgins st. , If you're in the mood for beers, most people around the area will recommend you to visit Kunstmann Brewery, one of the oldest if not THE oldest brewery in operation in this part of the country. While now days, its currently under the ownership of a macro-brewery (CCU), the quality of its products remains, and their well-known"Kunstmann Experience Tour" which allows you to get in touch with the ins-and-outs, of a modern brewery, while at the same time, learning about the history of the German settlers that arrived in the area and the history of beer in Chile. (Tours start at 12:00 pm, one every an hour and a half, till 8 pm during the low season.
There are two types of tour: A history-focused one that takes about 45 minutes and costs $10000 CLP ($14 USD) and the full-factory tour, that takes 90 minutes ($16000 CLP // $22 USD) Both tours end with a sampling of beer and you get to keep the beer mug!
History buffs can get their fix with a trip to "Castillo de la Limpia y Pura Concepcion de Monfort de Lemus" (better known as Fuerte de Niebla), which is one of the last still standing Spanish-made fortifications that protected the southern part of Chile from the attacks of buccaneers, the invading forces of the Dutch and British and anyone who wanted to disrupt the powerful reign of the kingdom of Spain. For those interested in the history of the German colonists and settlers that arrived later, a walk from downtown Valdivia to Teja Island, only takes 15 minutes and at a good reach of the Cultural Campus of the Universidad Austral de Chile and its museums. (The Maurice Van de Maele History and Anthropological Museum and the R.A. Phillippi Museum of Exploration and Nature) Both free of charge! (A suggested tip for their guides and caretakers is indicated but not mandatory)
And for those who would like to visit the many rivers that surround the city, why not taking one of the many boat tours that start from the Costanera! You'll get to see the city from a different perspective (considering that it was the site of THE LARGEST EARTHQUAKE in the history of mankind with it's 9.5 register on the Richter Scale!) and if you're lucky enough, be able to observe the varied species of birds that live on the many canals and riverbanks. Feel blessed if you can spot a couple of black-necked swans, swimming along the boats, feeling undisturbed!
How to get there: Again, if coming from Santiago, your first option is taking a flight to Aeropuerto Pichoy (located 32 kms, north of Valdivia). Prices range between $29000 CLP (Sky Airlines) to $45000 CLP (LATAM), for a 1 hr. flight. A somewhat cheaper alternative, would be taking a bus to Teminal Terrapuerto Valdivia, (located near downtown Valdivia) with prices ranging between $15000 CLP to $30000 CLP during the low season to $25000 CLP to $50000 CLP during the high season (this being during summer or near a national holiday) Be prepared, 'cause its gonna be a long 9hrs trip, so best choose what we call a Bus-cama or Semi-cama service for best confort! While in Valdivia, your cheapest and safest transportation alternative, its taking a taxicab (yellow on top, black on the lower area) which starts their services at around $50 CLP per 100 mts. For those heading to the costal areas, like Niebla or Los Molinos, the best choice is taking either the number 20 bus (most are orange liveried) from downtown or one of the many "Expreso a la Costa" buses from their terminal in downtown Valdivia, at Calle Chacabuco. Currently, their are priced between $650 CLP for a trip till Playa Grande in Niebla and $800 CLP till Los Molinos
and finally:
7.- Santiago. The center of all things culture and entertainment

  • Best time to visit: All year around.
Visiting Chile’s cultural and entertainment centre can give you insights on the entire country. The best museums and galleries, culinary hot spots, as well as the most incredible events and celebrations are hosted by the charming city; there are so many things to do in Santiago. The best time to visit the city is from March to May and from late September to November. Spend a leisurely day at Plaza de Armas. Try your hands at chess with the locals, enjoy free performances by Chinchineros (street drummers), and grab a classic completo at Dominó for a quick and satisfying eat.
Home to Santiago’s creative crowd, the streets of Bellavista are lined with vibrant cafes, boutique shops and art galleries. There’s colourful street art to admire, and you can spend time exploring La Chascona – the former home of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda.
  • Location: Bellavista
  • Recommended time of the day: Daytime
  • Tips: Wander down the side streets for hidden street art
Ardent foodies should head straight for Santiago’s Central Market, also called Mercado Central. Specializing in seafood, you will see locals and restaurateurs haggling over giant squids, sea urchins and fresh catches of the day. Don’t be put off if you are not a fish fan, the kaleidoscope of mouth-watering fruits, spices and vegetables are enough to tempt anyone’s palate. You will find the best of Chilean cuisine here!
  • Location: East Central District
  • Recommended time of the day: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (Monday to Friday) / 9:00 am – 3:30 pm (Weekends)
  • Tips: Arrive early to browse stalls before the crowds gather
Standing at almost 3,000 feet above Metropolitan Park, St. Christopher Hill affords incredible vistas and photo opportunities for those who venture to the summit. There’s a funicular railway at the edge of the park if you don’t feel like trekking on foot. However, a hike to the summit is worth it too and can be done in almost an hour’s time. There are also biking tours available if you are up for it.
  • Location: Metropolitan Park
  • Recommended time of the day: 1:00 pm on wards (Mondays) and 10:00 am – 7:00 pm (Tuesday to Sunday)
  • Tips: Visit on a clear day; possibly after a rain, for the best city views
With a vast collection of sculptures, textiles and artifacts from Mesoamerica and the Andes regions, this museum is a fascinating sight to behold. Main highlights include the Chinchorro mummies and displays of ancient treasures from Inca and Aztec civilizations.Location: A short walk from Plaza de Armas
  • Recommended time of the day: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm (Tuesday to Sunday)
  • Tips: Guided tours in your own language can be arranged in advance
How to get there: For those coming by plane, you'll be arriving at Aeropuerto Arturo Merino Benitez / Aeropuerto Nuevo Pudahuel (named after one of the pioneers of Chilean aviation). You can either rent a car at the airport passenger lounge or take both a taxicab or a bus-transfer service outside the main building. Taxicab users, beware! Since Uber is currently not officially recognized as a transport service here in Chile, you'll be in a bit of a pickle if you take one at the airport, since most drivers don't want to engage in fights with taxi drivers. Also, be sure that if taking a cab, only used the official and approved services designated in the passenger lounge. There's actually a mafia-like group of people commonly known as "hacheros", that operate pirate-taxicab services which overcharge both tourists from abroad and national travelers. There's no rail/tram/subway currently operating near the airport, so be sure to make transport arrangement beforehand.
While in Santiago, most tourist attractions can be reached by walking, using bike-sharing services or by taking the Santiago Metro. (For those taking the subway, make sure to grab your own BiP! card. A contact-less card issued by the transportation authority of Santiago which allows you to pay your fare on both the metro and the bus services of the Red Metropolitana de Transporte)
Of course, this is just a small guide of some places that you can visit down here in Chile and yes, I did omit some places like San Pedro de Atacama and it's amazing stargazing tours or the wonderful tours to the Patagonia Glaciers and even Easter Island, but this will have to do for the time being! I might update this list in the future!
PS: If anyone is planning to visit either Valdivia or Chiloe, let me know! Since I mostly work around those areas, I can provide some assistance and company!
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