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... the best spot on the claw lick, the slow stretch of the jaguar as it reluctantly relinquished its prime prey spotting site to avoid our prying eyes, the feeling of sheer bliss as we slowly paddled along the foreshore of Lake Sandoval - these experiences easily outweighed the oppressive heat and humidity. San Pedro de Atacama - a must do for anyone travelling to South America. Where else can you experience high altitude lakes, endless salt flats, geothermal ...
... to the top. I bought a Mote con Huesillo from a shop just along from the drop off. It's a strange, sweet drink. Stranger still, it's quite similar to a mystery drink I had in Hoi An, Vietnam. Mote is neither rice, nor corn, yet seems something in between. Huesillo is a dried peach that becomes sweet and juicy when water is added. The mote sits at the bottom of a watery, syrupy liquid, with the huesillo bobbing at the top. The drink in ...
... The city was certainly not prepared for this hosting and it says a lot about the city infrastructure! The stadium holds 60,000 people! That is a lot of Chilenos!( more on that later) trying to compare it to a Toronto FC game... Well there is certainly a lot more excitement in these than American games. .......and a lot more swearing lol. Thank goodness my kids and myself don't know all the foul language! I did understand that every time ...
... on the beach through a calm and cool night. We had one last thing to check off on our final day with the camper-van, visit a vineyard. Sadly we arrived in the evening, so tours and tasting were over, but at least we got on the property. We saw people horseback riding. There were grape vines and olive trees to sample from. Nevertheless we experienced the wine culture through the many bottles consumed on our trip. When looking back on our trip, one word ...
... looking rubbish and graffiti everywhere and little shanty type areas of tin sheds that people are living in. We wouldn't even have them as garden sheds!! Driver spoke not a word of English so made for a very silent trip!! Even tried to enquire about the weather - just got a blank look. A transfer the way to go amazing traffic - taxi would have cost a fortune. Did a 1/2 city tour today very close to our hotel is area very influenced by Paris beautiful ...