Holiday Inn Express Iquique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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PHOTO_ID_L=the-dakar.jpg] We pack water, nuts and fruit and buy a sun umbrella at the supermarket meet our taxi and head for the stage.
After setting up we meet an American traveling on his own following the Dakar, he buys us ice cream and sits chatting with us most of the day.
Marc Como comes through the stage first, great to see …
It's difficult to get clear information on where the Dakar is coming into town so we download some coordinates from the Dakar website and ride out to them.
On the edge of town we find a dirt track and some activity we ride for a couple of miles and find things being set up for tomorrow's stage. We then ride back into town and 20 kls along the …
... Valparasio was formerly an important stopping point for ships sailing round South America, before the opening of the Panama Canal. Since then the City has perhaps declined a little into its current state. Now famous for its brightly coloured cliff top houses and 'professional' graffiti art, this made for a nice pitstop point ahead of our overnight bus to Pucon and the Lake District..... the Chilean version, before you wonder why we traveled via ...
... The waves we're pretty big and there were some amazing surfers out on the water. We had a long walk along the front and then headed for the town centre. It was a beautiful place with some really old style buildings. I felt a bit like I was walking through Mystic Falls or Grandview! We spent some time sitting off in the plaza. It had been a standing joke between me and Chris for a while- the poses people make when they are having their ...
... Wild West to look like. Most of the buildings were kept in good condition but I don't know what most of them were used for as they didnt appear to be anything. Along the street was the small Regional History Museum which I visited and discovered they had the "world'a oldest mummies" who are mainly children 6000 years old and not particularly well preserved. The museum was very small and each room had collections of artefacts from different periods of the area's history from the ...