For days I’ve been passing close to a cafe near my house. And just recently I read a sign saying it was pet friendly cafe. So of course I wanted to try it! Not many places here in Chile accept dogs, so I was excited to go with Coco. I understands puppies can be messy; but I think that, as long as the owner takes responsibilities, more places should allow pets. At the end… they are a big part of families. And it’s sad that we can’t go everywhere with them.
When I entered, I was glad it had a side where the dogs could be there and do their stuff. So me and my sister sit near the garden to be close to Coco. He usually is a really calm dog. And when he doesn’t have his leash, Coco stays near us, specially if food is involved. But since it was our first time in this pet friendly cafe, I didn’t want to risk him running everywhere and bothering other people.
Overall, the cafe was good. The food was delicious and the prices weren’t that high. I had a strawberry and kiwi tea with a chocolate croissant. And I loved it! Specially the tea, the smell of it was amazing. While my sister had a sandwich with chicken and bell peppers. The smell was really good and she liked it. Which is something good because she is hard to please hahaha.
But as a pet friendly cafe, it lacked a lot of things. For example, doggy treats. I went to another cafe without knowing they allowed dogs, and on their menu they had a part when they offered snacks for pets. That’s a really good idea! I guess for them being pet friendly meant that you can bring your dog and they won’t deny your entry.
At the end we had fun. It was really warm outside, Coco walked a lot and it was nice to have him near while I was trying to help my sister to study for a quiz she had later.
I will try more another pet friendly cafe. Hopefully I will like them more!
3 Thing you didn’t know about me
I started this blog a month ago. And for me is important that you know who is writing this blog. What I like, what I dislike. Start being friends little by little.
1. I’m half Chilean, half Peruvian
My dad is Chilean, and my mom is Peruvian. I born in Chile, but grew up with the Peruvian culture. Meaning; even though I’m Chilean, I still felt different from the rest of my friends. Specially with food. That’s a huge thing for me. Chilean food: meh. Peruvian food: the best in the world (for real you have to try it!)
When I was little, I used to travel every summer to Peru to see my grandparents and other relatives. I’m closer to that side of my family.
It is awesome to be part of two amazing cultures. But is also a headache since there is some enmity between those two countries. Specially over football (soccer).
2. I’m Catholic
I believe in God, Mary and everything in between. From 1st grade to Senior year I was in the same catholic school. With the same people. It was super fun, they taught me a lot things and they did an awesome job with my education.
I go to church every Sunday? No. I pray every night? No (I kinda forget). Do I help the ones in need? YES.
Being catholic means a lot of things. It’s not always about going to church every Sunday or not eating meat certain days. I have my own way to show and feel my faith. I go to church on special days, or when I need a real talk with God.
3. I eat kiwis with a spoon.
Okay. So this might be something really common in Australia and New Zealand. But some people think I’m weird for doing that. Honestly, for me is the best way to eat the fruit. It’s a lot easier.