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Travel Blogs from Coquimbo
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 ...
... Our first stop in the valley was at a papaya plantation where we had a walk through and learnt that in the valley the conditions are good enough for the papaya to be grown and harvested year round. At the end of the visit we tried some of the papaya juice made there and it was very sweet; definitely the nicest papaya juice I have had! The minibus continued driving further into the valley and we began to see vineyards and pisco vineyards- the difference between the two was that ...
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.
... 8217;s cruisers to be distributed up and down the coast and even into the interior of the country. Our agenda for the day is to take the ship’s shuttle to the town of La Serena and walk around the town until the afternoon when we would return and think about walking from the ship up over three hills to the tallest hill on which the Third Millennium Cross had been standing since May 5, 2000. The port of Coquimbo was another blue collar port that mainly serviced ...
... about the awful weather. There has been a lot of rain up there, so much so that some of the hostels have had thier roofs cave in! After checking out some news stories we thought it would be a good idea to see if the buses were still running. It turns out that they weren't! We had already bought our ticket up to San Pedro and were told we could exchange it for another destination so we at least had the evening to look at our ...
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