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... it was Absoluterleymon delicious and hit the spot! Next the waitress did not speak any English and we tried miming a bowl of nuts but didn't get anywhere then we tried bowl of crisps and it was hilarious then we said fritas, patatas and she nodded. The men had a beer and we waited in anticipation. A bowl of chips arrived and they were the best potato chips we have ever tasted. They were so hot and just a tasty flavoursome ...
This past weekend, after a grueling 18 hours on a bus, I was able to cross the border and explore Chile. The city I stayed in, Arica, is right on the edge of the famous Chilean Atacama Desert while simultaneously located on the Pacific coast. Although it's Chilean winter and it was a bit chilly, it was so nice being by the ocean. I said this in Spain, and I stand by it now; palm trees will always make you feel ...
... Pedro Rowan's bag had gone; passport, phone, wallet gone. There was only one other stop before ours which is where we think someone swiped the bag from under his seat whilst he was asleep and got off. That's two out of six of us that have had bags stolen within 2 months...not good. There was nowhere else Rowan could have put his bag to make it safe bar wrapping it round his leg, it's just such an annoying thing to happen and just hope it doesn't happen ...
... explaining the displays so John thought our progress through the museum would be swift, but then we were given a folder with the English translations which Rhianwyn read out in its entirety so had he the ability to recall, John could now advise you of the age and history of every single pan pipe, bracelet and woven basket! The English ran out as we reached the most interesting part, the mummies. It was amazing that the desert has preserved clothing, pots and other artefacts for ...
... delicious poached salmon, covered in roasted cherry tomatoes, artichokes and wonderfully juicy capers. In fact, I think that the last time we enjoyed a meal so much must have been the Michelin Starred ‘Sketch’ in London … except that this meal cost us a fifth of that one! When we looked up the restaurant on Tripadvisor later that day, we found it was rated as one of the best restaurants in Arica. All the reviews were in Spanish, so we knew that this was a ...
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