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- Free High-Speed Internet
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11 hours. 11 hours on a bus, broken only by a tortuous stop at the Argentinian/Chilean border where a strange queuing ritual commenced. Now, I love a good queue like all Brits, but this was chaotic, lacked any semblance of order, and no sooner had you completed one queue, but you joined another. All very unnecessary - my passport is signed by the …
Am Vormittag ging es zunächst in eine 3000 Jahre alte, verlassene Siedlung, Aldea de Tudor. Hier gab es früher fruchtbares Land und die dazu gehörenden Rundbauten der Leute. Heute ist alles weg errodiert. Anschließend ging es zu einer alten "Burg" Quitor, ca 700 nach Chr. von der noch einige Teile erhalten geblieben sind. Der Fluss in der Nähe hat …
Hochmoderner kleiner Flughafen Flug und Gepäck alles gut.
Rod oder Rodrigo holt uns ab und es geht in einem großen Ford über die RN 23 nach San Pedro.
Unterwegs sehen wir die Wüste und ab und zu den nahen Vulkan Licancabur.
Bilder von der Fahrt stelle ich später mit dem Smartfon ein.
Für uns hat heute der Urlaub richtig angefangen …
... Interestingly enough, the zoom on my camera allowed me to take almost as good, if not better pictures. He then gave me a tripod so I could try taking some others. I couldn't manage to get a good one of Saturn but did manage to get Jupiter and some of its moons. Although this was fun, we were all very disappointed because we all thought we were going to the big observatory in the desert and this is what we had been looking forward ...
... and philosophers are drawn to Chile’s second city. One of the sad things was the dogs - there are over 5,000 stray dogs in Valparaiso. All living wild on the streets - they’re everywhere - and some in a really sorry malnourished state, injured and suffering with fleas and skin problems. The girls really struggled with it (as ever missing our boys at home) because they were all so friendly and waggy taily - not aggressive at all which is surprising. I think ...