Campanario Del Mar
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... staying there (maybe 25) and many people prepared their own food for dinner and gathered around the dinner table to eat, giving it a particularly homey feeling.
The next morning we got up and got ready for our Isla Damas penguin tour. We had been told the tour depends on the weather because we go by boat, and sure enough the driver showed up and said it had been cancelled. We switched over to the Valle del Elqui tour, another popular option, so ...
... 8217;t have the pouch of skin under the
bill, but are closely related – the girlfriend he was trying to impress, wasn’t!
Decided to walk some of the way back to La Serena on the
coast road, for great views over the palms to the fine sand and the snow-capped
Andes – quite pleasant but still too cold for just a T shirt – god knows when I
will be able to wash my jeans!
... back to Santiago on Sky Airlines, followed by a quiet dinner at the hostel and early night. Luckily Lauren was feeling better the next day so did tour to Isla Damas with a mixed group - Indians, Chilean family, 2 Swedish girls, an American and a Canadian. Day rather overcast, had a two hour drive in our mini bus and saw a small copper mine on the way. Boat ride out to the islands, dolphins jumping round us which is always cool, although ...
... was a great idea as the low sun made the petroglyphs much easier to make out (there are also arrows painted on the stones pointing at them now!).
A long day so far and it was not yet over. On the way back from the Enchanted Valley the guide suggested that we could not go to the observatory that some folks were very keen to do. This was breaking point for the patience of some for the last minute changes to the itinerary and it ...
... and grapes that the young Russians gave us plus some other things too maybe. It was about 1:30 pm when we were finishing up.
Before I get to the NP, the road itself was an adventure. It was dirt with some heavily corrugated sections that jarred the teeth and probably the car's interiors. It was curvy and hilly and I had to shift into second gear and drive in that for quite awhile. We went down one hill that Astrid insisted that I do ...