Hotel Casa Beltran
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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26 hours of travelling.....yuck. Overnight bus from Calama to Arica stuck between three Chilean ladies snoring so bad they rattled the bus more than the bumpy road. Bus from Tacna to Arequipa lunatic driver taking on the twisties through the Andes. Worth the travel just to spend an extra day here, so much to see and do in Arequipa. South America just keeps ...
... valley at Cuya the road has major repair work going on. As we drive up on the outside edge, construction lorries hurtle down towards us, with no barriers and a 4000 foot drop to the right both driver and passenger are a little nervous! After 9 hours, with a certain relief, we reach Arica. Unfortunately it's a dump - Skegness on the Pacific but, being warmer, with more flesh on display. It's also Sunday evening and no restaurants are open, only a ...
... had plans with Natalie's spanish teacher to try a very popular local place, where they serve Ubre Arrebozado [fried cow udder. i am not making this up]. We walked across the bridge, out of Gringolandia, and up a steep and cobblestone-paved road for a bit. We eventually arrived at a big and spacious resturant called a picanteria. Her teacher, Mabel, told us that traditionally, picanterias ar operated out of a home as informal restaurants, only for lunch, and the cooks ...
... tips and recommendations with them. As it turned out, Arica happened to be the perfect place for a vacation. It wasn't much more than a couple beautiful beaches with warm ocean waters and hot sun. We spent most of our first day relaxing on the beach before we went for a walk up the main drag and then to the lookout of El Morro. This hill that runs alongside the town was a military post during the war of the Pacific that had been converted into ...
... and my fellow passengers to make the sure the bus didn’t take off without me. Once we re-boarded around 9pm that night it was a straight haul to Santiago with no stops except to pick up or drop of passengers and switch drivers, arriving the following afternoon at 1:30pm. Sleep didn’t come easy and was short lived but better than some of my past experiences of night bus travel. The nice thing about coming into a large city is having the ability ...