Hotel Inti-llanka

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

    This Town IS Big Enough for the Both of Us...

    A travel blog entry by lukas.g on May 18, 2015

    18 photos

    ... in Peru, when we spent 45 minutes at customs as they searched each and every single bag that was on the bus. In the end, one bag was left unclaimed... I guess there's a reason they're strict.

    Next stop - Arequipa, where I shall be tackling the 2-day trek through part of the Colca Canyon and where I will hopefully see the largest flying land-bird in the Western Hemisphere with the second-largest wingspan in the world - the Condor. ...

    From Andes to the Pacific

    A travel blog entry by zal1981 on Mar 19, 2015

    21 photos

    ... Pozo Almonte is unsurprisingly a mining town. It is rough and poor and full of pick up trucks. I could only find one place offering rooms (it is not exactly a tourist destination). I paid almost nothing for an unbearably sweaty internal box of a room. For my final day of riding, I planned an early stop to visit the former mining village Humberstone. This was one of the biggest nitrate mines, running from the late 1800s to the 1960s. The mine and town closed when people stopped ...


    A travel blog entry by lewis4126 on Oct 08, 2014

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... Norte Grande. In subsequent years the further exportation of Chilean saltpeter (mainly to European countries) significantly helped in the development of the city, attracting foreigners and rapidly expanding housing projects. Immigrants currently make up about 10% of the population. The most numerous communities are Croatian, Italian, Greek, Chinese, Arabic nationalities, Peruvians and Bolivians, British, Scots and the French. Lately, a wave of ...

    Chillin' with the Chileans

    A travel blog entry by jdtrip on Feb 13, 2014

    2 photos

    ... in Iquique (ee-key-kay) with no reports of further tremors, thankfully.

    For the first time since leaving Lima in mid-January, we dropped below the height of Ben Nevis and, indeed, found ourselves walking along the beach at sea-level. We thought we'd feel like super-fit athletes having spent a month at such great altitude but, alas, we didn't notice any difference. I know it might seem like I keep harping on about heights but coming ...

    The search for Guy´s grandfathers birth place

    A travel blog entry by guyashari on Apr 24, 2013

    17 photos

    ... sand dunes I have ever come across (a big call since I grew up in the middle east!). Made famous for salt mining, which is what brought my great grandfather there as a diplomat. He was made Consul to Iquique and then later elevated to Consul to the whole district where he had his hands well and truly full with rebellions and general unrest. Upon arriving into the town by bus we passed what has to have been the largest sand dune I have ever seen. The dunes in ...