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... in the river bend with
sweeping views in all directions. It was great that they had put up some
traditional roofs of dead cardon cactus (that covers the hill) with bamboo
matting over and then a 3” layer of adobe on top of that. The entry fee
included access to the minimal museum where some of the found artefacts are
Had an ice cream and a sit down for a while until it got so
cold I ...
... that's pretty good going.
Overnight stop on the coast at Iquique and we find even just an arbitrarily picked stop to be pleasant. Nice coastline and we have a wander into the old centre of town - lots of English and Irish influence, old wooden houses from times of prosperity in the late 1800's and a neat little main square. The central European look has given way to a more European look so we're not stared at and ...
... giving a summary of his life as well as a short video showing his childhood friends. After me taking way too many photos we walked to the main street. Oddly enough this reminded us of a British seaside town because of its ornate benches and lampposts. We got some lunch (pasties and cakes) and then went back to look at the Jesuit monastery. As far as we could work out it was no longer a functioning monastery but it’s a pretty good museum. Annabel was ...
... to go and see is closed for refurbishment. Typical.
I call it a day and go back to the hostel to wait out the weather. Everyone else has had the same odea, and although the hand ball players arent back, it still feels busy. This is good. It means we end up playing cards all night and drinking red wine.
I sleep very well.
... museum near the town and it sounded interesting to visit – local folklore – but when I enquired about it I was simply told “they went”. Mysterious indeed.
The next day I headed to the hills – after a 30 minute walk I found myself at a cross overlooking the village and the surrounding valley. My intention had been to walk along the tops of the hills to the next village – a walk that ...