I spent my last full day in Santiago, Chile at Fantasilandia, a pretty well known amusement park in the city. Many Chileans seem to really like the park so I knew I had to check it out. The park was less roller coasters and more rides that flip you upside down and spin you around in circles. Unfortunately, most of the roller coasters were closed when we went as well.
It definitely isn’t as big as Six Flags (or similar parks) and the rides aren’t as intense but it was still a lot of fun. I could only imagine how Chileans would feel if they saw the rides at amusement parks in the United States. Also, according to my new Swiss friends I need to go to Germany and check out Europa-Park one day, I wonder how that will compare to parks I’ve been to.
I always crave a milkshake or funnel cake at amusement parks so I went on a mission to find a milkshake and got one right before leaving but they do not have funnel cakes in amusement parks in Chile so the visit didn’t feel complete.
I am glad I was able to do something different on my last day in Chile and I had a great time with awesome people I’ll definitely miss.