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... some of the interesting historical buildings, checked out the port area then had dinner. We chose a safe option, pizza. It was delicious! We watched Alice in Wonderland (in Spanish, of course) as we ate. After supper, we were lucky to come across a Hip Hop dance competition in one of the squares. They had a dance-off, with two competitors dancing against the other two. ...
... practice still. Then to the Beach! This was quite a treat for my sea-starved companeros. And it was great fun. The beach was El Laucho. Small, man made but nice all the same (and surprisingly warm after the foretold cold of the Humboldt Current). And it was Arica's little bit of Cancun - nice Cuban music, pretty señoritas, lots of families (school is out in February in Chile), the chance to have a ...
... lassen. Anschließend entscheidet man sich für ein bestimmtes Paket (Internet, Telefonieren), um festzulegen, wofür das Geld benutzt werden soll. Für 5.000 CLP bekommt man 500 MB Data. Wer sich nicht sicher in Spanisch fühlt, fragt am besten in einem Claro-Shop, ob diese für einen das Paket aktivieren können.
Abends kochte Christian Abendbrot im Hostel, was für einiges Aufsehen sorgte. Hier übernachteten abgesehen von uns nur chilenische Familien ...
... is Lonely Planet's recommended Lauca tour company, as well as Arica's best-rated tour company online. Dennis pointed out, though, that we hadn't paid any deposit yet, so we should still track them down to firm up plans.
So, after quick showers and throwing most of our clothes into the hostel's washing machine, we set out to find the company's office. This time, we found it, though it appeared to be some guy's house. His preteen daughter answered ...
... and a cafe. It was a beautiful unplanned-for moment.
That evning, the three of us went to a very very nice restaurant in Arequipa called ChiCha, owned by one of the most famous Peruvian chefs (he is known world-wide). We had great pisco cocktails. Even the breadbasket was impressive. One of the rolls was made with purple chicha drink and had raisins in it. We also ordered a pork cooked in adobo stew, a tender lamb steak served with pumpkin puree and ...
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