Holiday Inn Express Iquique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Iquique
... fairly new road inland in the desert. I kept the speed to 60mph and we rumbled along. The bike feels better after having all the salt and mud washed from all the brake calipers and wheels but the vibration is still there so I'm hoping we can manage to get back to the dealers after ...
... migrated to many cities and places in the country but the pride of being a Pampina was enormous and every November hundreds of people who lived in the saltpeter mines, along with their descendants, inhabit the streets of “La Palma” once again to celebrate Pampino Week.
We were curious about what supported the economy of Iquique since the disappearance of sodium nitrate production and were told by our guide that, in order to revive the city, the ...
" In gambling the many must lose in order that the few may win."
George Bernard Shaw
Leisurely breakfast, checked out and went to the bus station to get 9.46am Turbus to Calama. We had seats at the front and the guy from our La Serrena bus also turned up on this bus. On the journey there was a rather noisy guy next to us loudly singing along to his iPod not that tunefully. I think he thought we were enjoying it though as he looked a little put out when Lauren and I both ...
... called Ouzo so we played with him while we drank. Chris's fictional dog, Graham is a weimaraner so he was made up! The next day we went out walking around the town again, this time we walked down to the port where we saw fishermen bringing in loads of different fish and crabs. We walked to a massive fish market but they were packing up for the day, we turned to leave and as we did, we noticed a load of pelicans and a massive ...
... Going to have to work on a plan….
Pichilemu is famous for its night life and judging by the noises going on outside our cabin in the wee hours and the wreckage of youth on the beach this morning, it certainly lives up to it. Today dawned grey and overcast and very unappealing but we thought might as well do one more lesson and back into the waves we went. Something clicked for me and I was popping up and standing up and surfing in a style ...