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... We walked around, tried to take some jumping photos and then got an ice cream. I for the first time, paid to use the bathroom, which was surprisingly clean. We all had lunch at this very cool almost mederteranian cafe. If I owned a cafeteria, I'd like it to look like this! After a little bit more walking, we caught the bis back to La Serena. It was an exhausting ride back and I felt kinda bummed because I was very dehydrated and Ash ...
... town of Qoicimbo, along the beach side, beautiful. I returned the bike and went to the plaza da armas, Cathedral, Archeological and Historical Museum, before going in the Japon park, which would probably have been better, had I been interested in plants. It was relaxing ...
... of la serena. What I will say however, is that when i went past on the bus as I was leaving there seemed to be a big sunday flea market. That would probably be worth a visit. But I advice you to hunt in packs.
5 nights more than enough seeing as it is winter, thus the beach is a mega nono, so headed on down coast to next stop, about which i had heard very good things.
Emilys adventures in Valparaiso... coming ...
... another pisqueria CAPEL, the collective for all the small local farmers. They produce on an industrial scale. Lunch was at a restaurant that cooks using the sun - slow cooking in a super hot mini greenhouse. The braised baby kid was delicious. Finally tried the papaya for which the area is famous - nothing special, you can't eat it raw, it has to be cooked. Now back in La ...
... breakfast, talked to the owner and got directions to the place where he worked. Once there, we got a good discount on the oil, and permission to change our own oil at the shop. Sweet!! This was a great blessing in disguise as one of the bolts/oil-plug was stuck because it was over tightened, so one of the mechanics helped us get it out.
On the road again, with a fresh air filter, and new oil, ready for the Peruvian Andes!!
some lost photos ;(