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Travel Blogs from La Serena
... valley. I found a restaurant with wi-fi (thank god for iPhones!) and wiled away the time there with a couple of drinks. At 6.30 I presented myself at the office where I was met by the driver (I was very happy as I was a little worried about what would happen if the company did not turn up!). After he bought the tickets to the Mamalluca Observatory I got into the minivan which held the other customers who had come straight from La Serena and we were taken up to the observatory ...
... The local park also had a little zoo section with lots of goats, rabbits, birds including casiwaras and ostrichs. Katrina and I found that we were very sunburnt that evening (it had been cloudy all day pretty much but we were very very sunburnt :(
Our second day we got up early to join a tour to go visit some islands just off the coast. It took about 2 hours driving north to get to the boat dock where we headed to the biggest island first. As we headed out ...
What's On La Serena
Genre: History, educational.
Starring: Fred Lehmann, Sean Wilson, Robert Sangar
After an early arrival, check in and much needed nap, the team hits the town, eager to understand the society of these strange coastal people. Immediately they hit on some incredible findings: the inhabitants of la serena are not only very friendly, but are of a much smaller statute than their ...
... purchase some hot, fresh empanadas filled with cheese, chicken and oregano and prepared in a tiny little shack (best we had on the whole trip). We stayed here for about half an hour having a walk around the boats and watching some pelicans whilest scoffing down lunch.
Next we arrived in La Serena which is Chile's second oldest city. We had a ...
... of the town. And it’s the second oldest town in Chile after Santiago, so there’s an obvious depth of history, punctuated by architecture of wood and sedimentary stone.
The paradox of La Serena is that it has a surf beach coastline, but it peels back past the town to sand dunes and there’s that sandy haze of the desert in the air the whole time. The beachfront would be nice ...