Hotel Diego de Almagro Antofagasta Costanera
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... back to the hotel and return at 3.
Walk back arrive just after 3 nothing has happened and I lose it, Dennis makes some calls, Nelson has gone to the workshop to remove the rear disk from the old drive, he arrives at 4 and we start work. By 6 the drive is on, we start the bike, it's running really rough and keeps stalling, the gear indicator is not working and the neutral light ...
... others treated him (we LARPers know the mechanism as "spela upp"). Over a lunch, Theijs told me that he once acquired and managed a 25 meter sailing ship and that he had gotten the routine for handling large projects from that thing. He had been forced to deal with people who said that they could sail but couldn't, sue contractors who had not done what they were supposed, and much more. It almost seemed on him as if the ship had been a harder task than building the ...
... Later that evening I had my first ever Skype birthday party, the whole gang from home had got cardboard cut outs of my face and baked a birthday cake. It was so thoughtful and sweet, made me miss them even more, but it was so lovely to know they hadn’t forgotten me! To finish the day David and I headed for a steak dinner in one of the top rated restaurants by the waterfront. Dinner was delicious and I even got some cake for dessert. I am one lucky girl!
... tree, no sign of life whatsoever. Even the earth has been beaten down by time, wind and sun, and has an ethereal washed-out look. Luckily I have been riding in a cool, slightly moist, air mass, and the comfort factor on the bike has been excellent. Let's hope my good luck continues. At places the road follows the coast, and where the mountains come down to the coast the road ...
... rock and road. It's a long day of climbing followed by a steep descent- which thrills some and terrifies others. Camp this evening sits in a (presumably innactive) gravel pit. It proves to be a good location, as the high walls of the pit provide an element of protection against the wind that tears through camp until well after midnight.