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Day two in La Serena and a chance for another run. As in Valparaiso, there is some low cloud in the mornings but here this was not as thick and would eventually clear much sooner. I ran down the main boulevard in the direction of the ocean. La Serena is littered with Collages and the town was positively humming even at 7:45. Where this road met the …
After breakfast it was farewell to some of those I had spent the last week travelling with. Once they had gone, we were a smaller group for the extension to the northern wine making areas of Elqui and Limarí. Taxis were arranged from the hotel to the airport and our flight to La Serena.
The flight follows the Andes and I was lucky to get a …
... geared solely towards tourists which hikes the already exorbitant prices up even higher and is crawling with tour agencies. We took just one tour, late one afternoon, to a lagoon that has a high salt content, enabling you to float like in the Dead Sea. The tour also involved stopping at a couple of other small lagoons in the middle of the desert and finished at a small salt flat with volcanoes in the backdrop, where we watched the sun set with a couple of Pisco sour cocktails. ...
... church which was build between 1585 and 1627. The special thing about that church is that it's build from German stones. And of course it was the only building in La Serena that survived a big fire started by pirates in 1680.
The dinner wasn't very special, except the dessert. It was something Ghilean, looked like rice to me and I didn't like it.
The next day we left early to our next ...
... dans un bus de 23 heures vers le désert d'Atacama et San Pedro
Because of the snowstorm we got stuck in Punta Arenas, but after a day of a delay we finally got to flyover the Andes for four hours to get to Santiago.
Through our experience we have learnt that big cities is not really our thing, so we didn't spend much time in Santiago. Instead, we rented a car and went ...