Hotel Del Valle Azapa
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
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Arica Chile was a wonderful surprise. It is known as the "City of Eternal Spring" due to its mild climate and sunshine almost every day of the It is at the mouth of the Azapa valley a little green oasis in the middle of The Atacama desert...said to be the driest desert in the world and there are still parts to be explored. Arica is the northernmost city of Chile. We started then by visiting San Marcos Church which I absolutely love, love, loved. It had been ...
... about buying a car. It was just too much afford and maybe even hopeless as we couldn’t speak Spanish.
In the end we booked a rental car on the next day. But there was no car available before the 8th so we still had some days to spend in Arica. We explored the city, saw a parade, bought a mobile phone simcard and made some plannings for the next days. If you need a simcard you can buy it at the shop of the company. We chose Claro. To charge ...
I missed the bus in Puno so I am still trapped (mentally) so Tammy did such a wonderful job on the last one it only makes sense for her to follow up with an encore.
Before we got in to Arica, we had to cross the border, which was one of the smoother borders we have crossed. We took a 6 hour bus ride to Tacna, Peru (the driest inhabited city in the world, with no recorded rainfall to date, they ship water in every day). From the Tacna ...
... however, still get up the mountains to Putre to join that tour. We explained that wouldn't work, as we had already paid for our room in Arica that night (not to mention that almost all of our clothes were currently mid-rinse-cycle back at the hostel, and would need to line dry after that). He proposed instead that we take a 7 a.m. bus up to Putre the next morning, and join the tour then. That sounded less than ideal--our original tour was going to leave ...
... in the cells - probably only because the local cops are too busy rounding up the escapees. It's hard to read what is written on the chitty but I think it says 'Dos idiots. Let them pass'. More earthquake damage is seen as we descend and climb through a series of deep valleys that cut East - West across the route of the highway. In some places the landslides have closed the road, only recent excavation has cleared a narrow path for vehicles. Climbing out of ...