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... says it was that way for the previous 2000 years, but moving into the age of Aquarius and out of the age of Pisces, the magnetic centre flopped to the south to its current location and where the earths strongest energy emanates from. The Elqui Valley is also where the first ever female Nobel Prize winner was born and became a teacher at the age of 15, Gabriel Mistral. She is regarded as one of Chiles literary greats. When she won the Nobel Prize women were ...
... spanned centuries. In an attempt to further jab Peru about this whole debacle some Chilean senator changed the name of a town in the pisco producing Elqui valley to "Pisco Elqui". Peru responded by similarly changing one of their towns names I think. But you see where this is going. It's a sore subject. And Chile is very proud of it's pisco.
So we had a long weekend and we snagged a bus up to La Serena, ...
... is situated right on the other side of the planet from the Himalayas. The high flow of energy is said to be because this is where the cosmic energy enters our planet, then runs through the deep core of Earth and comes out on surface in Tibet, Himalayas. As a result, once you breathe the pure air of the valley, you calm down and start relaxing. There are many natural healing places, yoga and meditations sites (aka ...
This is going to be a long long day. I arrive at 6:00 in La Serena, 1.5 hours before sunrise. I eat breakfast and go see the sunrise on the beach. After that, I cancel again my bus ticket to San Pedro de Atacama at 16:00 because I want to see the Valle del Elqui. I then go to the "mundo caballo" at the entrance of the Valle del Elqui and do a 2-hour horseback trek. I have a very nice view of the valley, which is ...
... for that day, and public transport to the valley turned out to be a nightmare, so unfortunately I had to give it a miss as well. I was really missing the flexibility that came with having my own car!!
Fortunately the hostel had been brilliant, and the valley worth a trip on it's own. And this was the last stop in Chile, so now I was looking checking out forward to life on the Equator.
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