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

    ... I said I had one in mind, he joined me and we spent the rest of the 2 and a half days together.
    Iquique was a quiet affair, relaxing in the main square in the evenings watching a free concert one night and walking the promenade the other, and spending half a day at the abandoned saltpetre (potassium nitrate) mining town of Humberstone. Imagine your typical Wild West ghost town - this was it, dust and remnants of the civilian and ...

    From Andes to the Pacific

    A travel blog entry by zal1981 on Mar 19, 2015

    21 photos

    ... with the ripio road I could take. It would add on about 15k for me, and 25 of ripio, but it would mean another salt flat and lake at which I could camp. As I had the time, I took the interesting option. I was greeted by more deep sand and another rocky descent, but took my time and rode most of it. I made camp by the salt flat in the early afternoon. I had planned to eat and sunbathe for the afternoon, but a big storm put paid to that idea. I was glad not to be riding in the ...


    A travel blog entry by lewis4126 on Oct 10, 2014

    13 photos

    ... band with people chanting. We set out to find the source of the music and ran right into a huge group of people dressed in very elaborate costumes who were whirling and twirling accompanied by a marching band. We were told by a woman standing next to us that this was the fraternity of the "Tinkus Wyra Masis," a cultish society that were celebrating the anniversary of their formation. She went on to tell us that this wild dancing in ...

    Ghost towns and piscolas...

    A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Feb 19, 2014

    16 photos

    ... was on her 2-week annual beach holiday and had a luxurious beach-front apartment, where we were invited to enjoy the views with a few piscolas (Pisco + Coca-Cola = potent, especially after a solid base of Cristal cervezas). We met up with them again the following day (late afternoon) on Playa Cavancha.

    The Chilean corvette, Esmeralda, was sunk close to Iquique’s coast during the War of the Pacific with Peru and there is now ...

    Dont panic, its just a tsunami simulation

    A travel blog entry by emiliaarn on Aug 06, 2013

    ... possibly never seen a real british person in his life.

    Was going to treat myself for tea one night, but after an hours wandering i was forced to retreat to hostel and rustle up some reliable old spag bol. The choice of restaurant was very limited, and not at all impressive. Although you could buy a hot dog on every corner. The chileans are obsessed with them. Speaking of which. Went for breakfast one ...