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... the massacre.
While La Palma became one of the largest saltpeter extractors of the whole region, Santa Laura did not do well, as production was low. It was taken over in 1902 by the Tamarugal Nitrate Company. In 1913 Santa Laura halted its production until the Shanks extraction process was introduced, which enhanced productivity.
The economic model collapsed during the Great Depression of 1929 because of the development of the synthesis of ammonia by the ...
... 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 ...
... pool still in place. There was also a section in which different rooms had collections of different artefacts especially interestingly the childrens room with guns made out of wires and what not.
I had a relaxed few days in Iquique staying at a nice hostel. I ended up doing a bunch of job applications for the ski season which was mind-numbingly boring. Met a bunch of people including some Whistler seasonaires who ...
... I had a gourmet hotdog as hotdogs are very very popular in Chile and I felt I should try one. Back at the hostel in the afternoon I facetimed home and also used the computer where for the first time in a long while my external hard drive worked and I could see all my backed up photos which was a great relief. I had one more night in the private room and I was looking forward to getting a decent sleep. Thursday morning I was expecting Fiona to arrive early. She had taken a bus ...
... called Juan Lopez (35km North of Antofogasta) which the guide book describes as “Windsurfer’s paradise” – let’s hope it lives up to it. And we’ll decide whether to keep going North to Iquique or Arica or have a few days off in the surf – we still have more adventures in us yet!
So (writing this a few days later) we called into Antofogasta tourist information – after the overly helpful Argentinian ...