Panamericana Hotel Arica
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... They are not mini buses as we first thought but yellow taxi's, the difference is that they wait until every seat is full and then drive you all to your destinations (which should be in a similar direction). After asking several people we found the place and a local took us under her wing securing a colectivo for us, and making sure the driver knew which museum we wanted to go to. The museum was great, documenting the development of life pre Inca, Inca and European. There was no ...
... of lettuce, and to my pleasant surprise it was a tortoise named Tatiana. This started a dialog both with the owner and the owner’s husband about their tortoise and my turtle which went on and off for the rest of afternoon as they walked by.
Traveling alone in this part of the world has certainly been just that as I’ve often been the only foreigner on my buses and accommodation which makes for some lonely days and nights but is often ...
... Sadly we couldn't encourage Yoyo to give us a wee demonstration :) We sacked off the offer of a further 3 hours with Yoyo to do some caves and 'an amazing walk' and instead read our books with the pregnant cat (named 'Cool'), showered, drank wine and played cards. So after a series of ridiculous comments we decided to embrace our new friend Chloe's practice of having a hashtag for the day and it was definitely #********yoyo ...
... Since then, the area has been part of Chile. I guess the Chileans wanted an area to contrast the lush greenery of the south. We were driven to the middle of nowhere, about a half hour out of town, where a university professor decided to erect four huge concrete "statues": a man, a woman, the universe, and a uterus. Our bus was greeted by a small band of musicians and dancers in traditional "bird" costumes. We walked through the trash covered desert for a closer look at these ...
... to work in Spanish … despite trying fifty times. She gave up eventually and changed the film for one that did work in Spanish, which none of the locals watched because they were all asleep!
This bus took us overnight to Tacna, the last major town in Peru before crossing the border to Chile. They fed us brekkie, a very small sarnie and an apple, then showed a few more films in Spanish, which some of the locals watched ...