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We left Arequipa on a 5 hour bus to Tacna where we hopped into a collectivo to cross the border but before we left Pete decided to spend all of our last bits of change and disappeared for 10 minutes and came back with bags of packs of smarties, chewing gum, sweets and inca cola! We arrived at the border and read our border crossing instructions, we didnīt realise quite how strict the border rules would be about taking food across the border, no fruit and no ...
... day buying a new camera. Next day we were still a bit upset so didn’t do much.
Just before leaving Iquique Peter went paragliding from the hill (1000m) behind the town and landed on the beach. It was unusual as he was able to fly over the city. Not sure why anyone would want to hang by a few strings and bit of cloth but it takes all sorts.
After this bit of excitement we drove to a ghost town called Humberstone (a town developed solely for ...
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... and, a record this, inside out trousers, no bra, only one sock, ferocious sunburn and very questionable hair…Turns out (and I have no idea how this happened) the time on my phone was wrong and it was actually quarter past 7, not 6, like I’d thought. So the bus had gone without me. ****!
I immediately bought another ticket to Iquique on the next bus (a fortune! Chile is much, much more expensive than Bolivia), and sat on the ...
... funding. One slight nightmare I encountered was that the two girl pals I went there with with turned out to be not talking when we arrived to get the bus. Always a comfortable situation. Regardless I had a whale of a time and managed to convince everyone it was a great idea to climb a 10foot fence at 6am to go for a dip. We all almost died of hypothermia.
Back to the show; so during said extracurricular activity, Sara told me that actually maybe she wouldn't sing Franz, ...
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