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... too far.
We had traditional corn pies for lunch which were surprisingly good but also very sweet for a meal. They seem to like sweet meaty dishes. We looked at the guidebook on how to get into Bolivia and decided that via San Pedro de Atacama looked the most interesting. Took the local bus all the way back to La Serena via Vicuna (2 hours) to catch the overnight bus to San ...
... up with some folks from Milwaukee and with some slightly independent-minded trail horses spent a few hours exploring the spectacular terrain of the valley. DH is temporarily bow-legged but she wants me to download a couple of John Wayne movies so I think she’s only a six-shooter and a black mask away from going Lone Ranger on me.
Stargazing and bronco riding didn’t leave much time for sleep but we had a great time in this high energy zone of the world
... streets lined with colorful vine and flower covered adobe style buildings and looking for our guesthouse. At one point after ending up in what looked like a chicken coop, we turned around and ended up inquiring a local in a truck to find out where we went wrong. It turned out the chicken coop was in fact the way into the grape vine covered yard and the house we were looking for. The scene was set for the next few days in style.
... the square. Overall we visited a lot interesting thing but was rather dull not what we expected, we had expected to be coming home drunk from all the Pisco and wine tasting but we couldn't have been more wrong. Oh well at least we got a nice lunch included. In the evening we cooked dinner and then Steve went out with one of the Aussie guys back to the Kamakazi club from the other night. Kerry was tired and not feeling the drink, yes a huge shock to us ...
... 8217; village at Horcon. Here craftspeople display a wide range of jewellery, knitwear, weaving, mosaics and beautiful garden ornaments on permanent stalls artfully constructed under thatched roofs. If hippies really did settle here in the 60’s, their children are alive and thriving in Horcon, where an amazing range of ‘alternative’ therapies and spa treatments is on offer, albeit at 21st century prices!
Northern Chile’s ...
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