Radisson Hotel Antofagasta
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... fish was battered too much, so it didn't taste good. My pasta way too overcooked and oily (I think they actually boiled them in oil) and my salad didn't have dressing and the only 'dressing' you got was mayo.
We slept in a hotel so we didn't have access to a kitchen (me without coffee: don't even try talking to me!). The day didn't start good for me. We did stop for breakfast. At a petrol station. Hot dogs and cookies ...
... both had been issued, for the coming week.
While waiting to see space, I checked out the town of San Pedro. What would once probably have been a sleepy desert crossroad is today a place deeming with activity. Most backpackers and other travelers going through northern Chile will pass here and do some of the many activities that is offered: visits to flamingo lagoons, geysers, salt deserts or ancient settlements, sandboarding, hiking, climbing and ...
... of nowhere about a kilometer off of Highway 5. The highway was pretty good and pretty fast most f the way. Reaching Copiapo in the afternoon, we saw numerous vehicles from the Dakar 2013 race which was in process at the time.
The entrance to La Serena along Hwy 5 is approximately located at 29 54'23S and 71 15'28W. After crossing the desert all day it was nice to have the highway approach the coast and ...
... steel. A relatively attractive middle aged woman trolls the streets in a school girl outfit, presumably she does a brisk business out in these parts.
... metamorphosed into a mountain track.
The following day we vowed to get further and headed north on the surprisingly busy coast road to Iquique. After the rather smarter resort town of Hornitos, the road heads through desolate country, squeezed between the coast hill range, and the sea. The only reason people have stopped here, seems to be mining related once again. There are new constructions ...