Holiday Inn Express Iquique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Iquique
... expected, the road climbed hard out of the desert. The surface was variable, so I ended up pushing a fair bit. For much of the time though, I was following an old railway line. This made navigation easier than it would otherwise have been. I spent all morning pushing and riding up the pass. For the whole time, and indeed until I descended to the mine, I did not see another soul. I could see why this route, only a couple of miles from Bolivia, was known for smuggling. The descent ...
... and felt like an oversized pool in someone’s back yard rather than a public swimming place. It was pretty weird.
En route back to Iquique, we visited two small villages, both with very unique churches. The Church of San Andres in the village of Matilla had a full scale reproduction of “The Last Supper” the likes of which I had never seen anywhere. Next to the church was the Lager of Matilla. A wine-producing industry was established here in the ...
... but then bit of trauma with potential wedding dates and clashes. Another beach day but mixed it up with cheese and prawn empanada for lunch. In and out of shade. Yves, Lauren and I tried to go to restaurant recommended on trip advisor but closed so found another on pedestrian street with good cocktails. Nice historical street to wander back down and earlyish night. Last day in Iquique packed, checked out, couple of hours on beach then said goodbye to Lauren who got a taxi to ...
... numerous Facebook updates I have received from friends who have just attended Lee Abbey Camp. For the uninitiated, Lee Abbey is a Christian youth camp that has been running in North Devon for over 60 years. The early pioneers stayed in very humble surroundings: Boy Scout style canvas tents, cooking on open fires, making your own entertainment away from the trappings of society and these days it's, well, pretty much the same. A team of 40 leaders ...
... on gaining more height) it felt like being on the top of a Ferris wheel while it has stopped so that people on the bottom can get off. Javier was constantly telling me not to look down or at the camera as he was worried I would get travel sick but once I assured him I had done the Nazca lines flight with no problems he let me look where I wanted. We floated around in the air for about 25 minutes. There were lots of birds around (including an eagle) and it was really cool to see ...