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... the food so we headed for the Japanese Garden. It cost 1,000 pesos each to get in but it was worth the money. The garden had been designed and built by Japanese people from Tokyo so it was very authentic and well maintained.
Across the road from the Japanese Garden was Parque Pedro de Valdivia with a small 'zoo'. There were cages with a desert fox, guanacos, sheep, giant tortoise, emu, ostrich and sadly condors too. The cages were way too small for ...
... wrapped around the electrical lines. Most normal people would immediately let go of the line and agree that the kite was lost forever, but not Chileans. The little boy proceeded to tug (excessively) at the kite, slowly moving towards the line. His father then stepped in, but not to deter the little boy, but to continue tugging and attempt to untangle the kite from the electrical line. Eventually, it came free, and fortunately no one was ...
... are Born
On 23 June, I left most of my belongings at the La Serena hostel and decided to make a short overnight trip to the Elqui Valley, about one hour inland. My plan was to stay somewhere in the reputable town of Pisco de Elqui, a town named after a popular alcoholic beverage, what's not to like? Beyond that, no plans had been made.
The Elqui Valley is an oasis and farmer's paradise amidst Chile's dry Norte Chico Region. This is ...
... they were all there anyway and nobody wanted him in their photos. Several hanging out and 10 times as many more basking on
the rocks out of range. Also, all the roofs were crammed with pelican lookalikes, so getting along the walkway required luck to avoid the poopy bums hanging over – for once my jacket remained black! Apparently, accordingly to a local, they are not pelicans as they ...
... and some of the petroglyphs have been attributed mystic links – there are figures with what look like antenna on their heads which some think relate to aliens that landed here and others think that if you fill the holes of the tacit stones with water they reflect the constellations of the starts at certain times. It never ceases to amaze me the imagination we have and how we can create interesting stories to match. Arriving here ...