Club La Serena Hotel
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... We took a wander into the town for some lunch in a colonial patio cafe. The menu del diá was basic but the food was good and the beer was cold.
Maria and Carlee had booked in a shoe workshop in the afternoon at the hostel. Under the guidance of Pancho, they both learnt how to and made their own sandals ...
... about our shiny nocturnal supervisors and see them up close through the lense of a telescope.
I arrived from La Serena to the town of Vicuña, the 'capital' of the Elqui Valley. From there I would need to get a bus deeper into the valley to Pisco. But I decided to first take a stroll around, the place had an alluring charm about it.
I left Vicuña as the Chile v Holland game kicked off and arrived in Pisco at half time. The town ...
... clean toilet, shower, bed, zzzzzzz.
A couple of days later..
Jonny : “We could fly but the overnight bus is really cheap”
Donna : “But you hate overnight buses and you always end up a grumpy ****”
Jonny : “I'm not grumpy, a tad curmudgeon perhaps, maybe even cantankerous at times but never grumpy, lets take the bus, it'll be fun”
And the wheels on the bus go round and ...
... overlooking the plaza. Then dinner with Pisco Sours to start and wine, sitting near a very loud American women who was relating all the problems with one of her sons, felt some sympathy with him as he clearly had a trying mother. Back chatting to Brazilian guy in my dorm, nice to climb into bed again after overnight bus night before - one of the less glamorous aspects of travelling. "Travel is glamorous only in retrospect.” Paul ...
... the idyllic setting whilst turning a subtle shade of red...
We arrived in La Serena (5 hours from Copiapo) later on that day for Sam’s final sleep in his 20s. Founded in 1544, La Serena is Chile’s second oldest city and is blessed with neo-colonial architecture, 29 churches, (thankfully) shady streets and golden shores. After a leisurely morning, we ...