Hotel Inti-llanka

Address: Obispo Labbe 825, Iquique, Chile | Inn
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    Travel Blogs from Iquique

    The ghost town of Humberstone

    A travel blog entry by ianandsarah2014 on May 20, 2015

    71 photos

    ... manned by a wee woman in a booth. We largely had the place to ourselves. The town had all the facilities of a modern day town. Well, it had a hotel, a church, a theatre and a swimming pool. Check the photos for a glimpse of life way back then when you live in a mining town in the southern Atacama desert and four backpackers from 2015 come to ...


    A travel blog entry by aquest on Jan 08, 2015

    31 photos

    ... we decide to use a taxi to save the ailing bikes, the ladies heart attacks, and our embarrassment if we drop the bikes in front of the locals who just seem to skim over the soft sand.

    The taxi driver who takes us to town that night speaks perfect English and agrees to pick us up in the morning and take ...


    A travel blog entry by lewis4126 on Oct 11, 2014

    4 comments, 28 photos

    ... led to the industrial production of fertilizers. Practically bankrupt, both works were acquired by COSATAN in 1934. COSATAN renamed La Palma into "Oficina Santiago Humberstone" in honor of its founder. The company tried to produce a competitive natural saltpeter by modernizing Humberstone, which led to its becoming the most successful saltpeter works in 1940.

    However, neither of the works could keep up with the competition of the synthetic production of ...

    Dey derk ma baag

    A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on May 24, 2014

    ... n lunch ranked bottom of our safe keeping priority list and was left about a foot away from our table. Near our table was a bin. Our belief is that the thief put down their bags next to Donna's day pack, placed something in the bin and then picked up their own bags along with our bag.

    It's a widely known fact that gringos keep their expensive items in their day pack as rucksacks in the hold of the bus lack security, in fact travel insurance will ...

    Big towns and ghost towns

    A travel blog entry by chrisfox93 on Aug 28, 2013

    Iquique was not originally meant to be a stop itself but rather a place from which I could visit Humberstone and El gigante de Atacama - the largest representation of a human figure in the world. The first I did, the latter not due to being inaccesable by public transport (unless I fancied a 3 hour hike each way through a desert after a couple of hours in a bus) and the tours were stupidly expensive as I would be the only one ...