Radisson Hotel Iquique
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We arrived in Iquique after a brutal double bus journey of 8 + 8hrs with the transfer town being in remote Bolivia and a bus station with no facilities open at 5am so the four of us huddled up for warmth with a couple of hours to kill. Iquique by contrast was sunny, and modern and our introduction to Chile. The second thing you notice after the modern completed buildings is the general cost of goods and services. Which in the space of an 8hour bus had tripled. We checked in to a ...
... to get to the road I wanted. It took me half an hour of pedalling in circles to work out that the mine had grown and the road had been diverted. The Carabineros station I was heading for should have been just around the corner, but it was not. Rather than continue to ride in circles around the mine, I decided to head in the direction I wanted to go and hope to find the station. I really did hope to find the station though, as I did not have enough water to continue without it. After ...
After our very long day, we had a bite to eat at the hotel then packed our bags for our late afternoon flight to Rio de Janiero, with an overnight layover in Santiago, Chile. The next day, before going to the airport, we walked down to the Malecon where all the high rises were that we had seen when we drove into Iquique five days before. Then, we had one last late “lunch special” before departing for the next leg of our travels.
... at 3am to get my bags Xrayed. Arrived in Calama at 6.20 and then got bus to San Pedro at 7am, arriving there at 8.45am. Dropped bags at hostel, took bag on laundry into town. Had late breakfast and went to Museo Gustavo Le Paige and found out about indigenous people of the region and watched a video about them removing the mummies that used to feature in the museum. Checked into hostel, chilling in courtyard. An Australian girl called El arrived went into town with her for dinner and ...
... that this was a safe place to ask questions, to be vulnerable and to seek solace. When you open yourself up to these experiences you will often find great reward. The reward in my case was meeting so many great people; friends who are now some of the closest I know and in whom I confide my deepest struggles and share my greatest triumphs. There is nothing particularly special about the camp field. 48 weeks a year it houses cattle for grazing. ...