Cabanas Hostal del Mar
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Antigo, caro para o que oferece, café da manhã pobre com serviço lento, mas é bem localizado...
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... great fun, taught us how to control the horses and once we had all chosen our horse, we set off into the night. The evening was fantastic, we saw the Full Moon come up over the mountains and after a while we stopped to take photos – our photography course really came into its own there! On the way back to the stables we got the horses to gallop a bit, not the most comfortable ride in the world but a great way to end the night!
Next stop is Valparaiso!
Cat & Dave ...
... sand (if the sun is in the right ankle it looks golden, unfortunately my camera couldn't hold that sight in those amazing colors) and by word the best empanada in the area. I had a shrimp and cheese empanada, which was really full with cheese. It was dripping down my hands and my chin and I could almost not eat it. But it did taste delicious.
The ocean was a bit too cold for a swim (and also I didn't have ...
... tourist hordes. I imagine that summer months must be a different story.
It took us a bit longer to get back to La Serena, a flat tyre needed to be changed, and the driver picked up some friends and two construction workers to share the car with us.
That evening I incidentally found myself watching Castaway with Tom Hanks, the best movie to watch in Spanish, or any foreign language for that matter.
Valle de Elqui: Where Poets ...
... start here, you'll finish there and in between you'll experience a roller coaster of emotions from hatred and bitterness to acquiescence of death. Who doesn't love long distance bus journeys?
I psyched myself up for this one, I was brimming with optimism. The bus promised AC, lots of leg room and generously reclining seats. I prepared myself mentally and physically. Trainers not flip-flops, there will be no bathing of my little piggies in ...
... laundry done - but being the cheapass I am, I didn't want to pay 2000 CHP per kg. Afterwards we caught a bus to Coquimbo to see the Cruz del Tercer Miliu (sp?) cross. We took a very long walk afterwards through the windy streets down the hill. Coquimbo reminded me of certain parts of Durban. Lots of rubbish littered the streets. Very hilly. Lots of houses missing due to what seemed like the ground beneath it crumbling. And lots of dog poop. But the views down this hill were ...