Cabanas Las Terrazas de La Herradura
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... Sour (local grape brandy, lemon or lime juice and bitters) to go around.
After lunch we boarded our bus for the 90 minute drive back to the port. Out in the Limari area we saw lots of sand dunes, cacti (we learned that the fruit of the cactus has more Vitamin C than an orange and was given to the pirates for scurvy) and acres and acres of olive trees, almond trees and vineyards. Some of the grapes are grown just for juice as well. There is alot of ...
... to give me much of her water. We were joined by many school kids on the ride back, while interesting - smelled like school kids everywhere: that is to say, smelly! We got off at the stop near the supermarket. At the supermarket I bought a giant bottle of water, as well as some cheese, bread rolls, salami and butter. Felt pretty chafed that I got so much food for so little. We then walked back to our Hostel - picked up our bags and said ...
This area of Chile really makes Arica look like a frontier town. The climate near the sea is characterized by morning fog, afternoon clouds and ocean breezes with temperatures hovering in the sixties and seventies year round. There are new apartments just inland of the ocean front with no usable space on the ground floor which is regularly flooded by high tides. The ...
was a brother and sister duo in their 60's, respectively Maria, and
Pancho. They showed us our room for the night, and then sat us down,
offered us coffee, and gave us the low-down on La Serena, and what there
was to do there.We walked all the way to the beach,
which took about a half hour, and were a little disappointed in the
result...It was a huge beachfront area, ...
... saying Europeans aren't as interesting as South Americans, but it makes a nice change and its a good way of getting to know more about where we are. Even just sat in our hostel with two guys from Chile and one from Ecuador listening to them speak and learning about their culture was really cool. I think it will only get more and more interesting once we hit the less developed countries, the first of which will be Bolivia. We are psychologically preparing ourselves for ...