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... America leg we had to complete one last hurdle : The journey from Lima to Santiago, still 2800km to go. Initially we planned to do this in 2 stages : Lima to Tacna at the border, overnight stay, and then border to Santiago. In the end we decided to do it all in one crazy go, as we thought we might as well get it done once and for all. So we actually completed the following without a break :
1 hour cab ride from hostel to Lima bus terminal
... was totally obscured by smog as you can see from the pictures. It does however still have a certain charm. While we were there we went to The Museum of Memory and Human Rights which tells the story of the Chilean people during the reign of Pinochet and the thousands of working class leaders who his regime "disappeared" and who our esteemed former Tory Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher supported! It was extremely moving. On to our next and final stop in Chile The Elqui ...
... more fertilizer each year, the organic farmer can put on less and less. Eventually the organic farmer will make more money, as it will cost him less to operate.
Organic farmers say it is not true that a man with extensive acreage cannot find enough organic matter. He has been told, says Nichols, that he must steal from one acre to get natural fertilizer for another acre; but in fact he can grow his own organic matter on every acre, by following a few simple rules. And ...
... to a warm autumn day. Grateful for the chance to stretch out legs properly, we completed immigration and waited at the baggage carousel. While we were looking out for our hold luggage, a team of happy, energetic dogs came through the hall, accompanied by handlers from the Ministry of Agriculture. It appeared that their job was simply to sniff out food in bags. The handlers would then put red tape on bags that the dogs had liked the smell of and leave it to ...
... a meter in diameter and some 35-40 metres tall. What a wonderful day!
Before we arrived in the Lake District we travelled up the Carretera Austral amongst virgin rainforest and snow capped mountains. If one day you find yourself in southern Patagonia and want to travel north again, you will have to decide Ruta 40 (Argentina) or Carretera Austral (Chile). Choose Ruta 40 if you want kilometres of open space or Carretera Austral if you want to see Chile of ...