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Travel Blogs from Coquimbo
... laundry done - but being the cheapass I am, I didn't want to pay 2000 CHP per kg. Afterwards we caught a bus to Coquimbo to see the Cruz del Tercer Miliu (sp?) cross. We took a very long walk afterwards through the windy streets down the hill. Coquimbo reminded me of certain parts of Durban. Lots of rubbish littered the streets. Very hilly. Lots of houses missing due to what seemed like the ground beneath it crumbling. And lots of dog poop. But the views down this hill were ...
Once again we are in a container port and have to take a shuttle to the port gates. We have a tour here with patogonia shorex with 2 other couples. This time I had arranged for us all to meet before going ashore to avoid the fiasco of Pisco. We met on time but were delayed by Jim and the bathroom lol. We met our guide and driver. Much smaller vehicle than I had envisioned. If I had known I would not ...
... br> things to make dinner, and hung out at the hostel for the night. Next
day, Maria and Pancho gave us directions and some tips on getting to the
Valle del Elqui, where we wanted to do some camping...The
hostel was a very nice place. Nice kitchen, beautiful yard and garden
with fruit trees. It was the perfect jump off point for us in the area,
albeit it being super expensive...
7 hours north of Valparaiso is the town of La Serena, Chile's second oldest and home to a striking number of churches. On our first day there we rode the bus to the adjoining town of Coquimbo. We were told there were sea lions to be seen by the pier and we were not disappointed. We found a few bathing lazily and a large number grouped near the entrance of the harbour eagerly awaiting the scraps that the fishermen frequently threw in at them. There was also an ...
14 April 2013 – Coquimbo, Chile
So today I’ve finally felt inspired to write again. The last few weeks have been fairly quiet, although there is right now a brass band playing full pelt outside my window – the Chilean ports like to put on a bit of a show when we pull into the dock so we’re treated to a very loud, very large brass band every time. It’s rather fun and feels very traditional for a cruise ship arrival.