Radisson Hotel Iquique
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I arrived in Iquique after nightfall, and as usual was told it was too dangerous to walk into town and that I should catch a bus or taxi. However, as I found the bus stop just outside, I noticed a guy who was on the bus with the walking past it. I called out to him and asked whether he was walking into the city centre, to which he replied affirmatively. I then joined him, and we headed towards the centre. When he said he didn't yet have a ...
... for two days. As it happened, I was right to worry as there was no potable ground water or any for sale for the next hundred miles. My morning was spent on the newly found tarmac, rolling up and down to climb over 600m. I must have climbed near to a thousand metres by the top, which was hard going given the weight I was carrying. But I knew my ride would not take more than about six hours and I was making decent time. From the top of the pass I quickly dropped down and came to ...
... and internet time. We had been told by someone at the cultural center that there were free concerts every Friday night in front of the center at 8 p.m. So, our plan was to check out the concert then get a late light dinner.
Well, the band that was performing that evening was not exactly our cup of tea so we decided to walk a bit to see if there was anything else going on. And, after only a block or two, we heard what sounded like ...
... at a less than pedestrian pace. With all of this impressive architecture before our eyes, we found the perfect spot in a cafe-bar on Plaza Prat to drink in the atmosphere. This proved to be a good choice as some old Chilenos shouted us a beer and then left having paid for our meal as well! They also introduced us to Jessica and Esteban, a young Chilean army lady and policeman, who would become our drinking buddies for the next 24 ...
... down sandwich section. completo- something about avocado and tomato. asked the water and he said sausage. fab. sausage sandwich with some added nutrients. por favor senor. Turns out completo is the chilean term for a hot dog with added extras. I had a hot dog for breakfast. Unconvential and odd even by chilean standards but in all honesty, really not too bad.
as for the tsunami thing. apparently its ...