This is more of a Latin American product rather than a product of Chile but I think this is hysterical. If you are not from the United States then you have to see who Mr. Clean is. This is as big of a stereotype that I have ever seen; a strong broad shouldered, big chested, nice thick head of hair, young man running to your aid. Compare that to the stereotype of the United States version, Mr. Clean; old and bald. Classic.
Milk comes in 1 liter (.26 gallons) boxes instead of bottles, in both Argentina and Canada you will find milk in a bag! (Check it out here). But the most important thing is they do not refrigerate the eggs or the milk? Bacteria anyone?
Subway Cars with tires? What the heck!
At the grocery store, for both fruits and bread, they weigh your product and place the price tag on it before you pay for all your items. Being the most efficient country in South America there is still a hint of inefficiency. On a side note, all that delicious fruit that you buy in the states that is from Chile cannot be found in the country because they ship out the best fruit.
I haven’t traveled on buses very much in the United States because you can find other modes of transportation that are cheaper. I also detest greyhound because of their old buses and lack of customer service (read my review here). I have taken them in both Canada and the United States and its not a comfortable ride. In South America; specifically Chile, Argentina, and Brazil, they have plush double decker buses. These buses have seats that recline into beds with curtains for privacy, decent food, and even entertainment. Business opportunity people!