Address: Tomas Bonilla 1196, Iquique, Chile | Inn
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From Andes to the Pacific

A travel blog entry by zal1981 on Mar 19, 2015

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... get there though, so was glad to arrive. The station also marked the start of asphalt, which was a huge relief. I could still add on 25k of ripio the next day if I chose to, to make a salt flat to camp on. But if I really wanted it to, this would mark the end of ripio for me on this trip. I was greeted on entering the station with an officer trying desperately to pronounce my name. The Ollague police had called ahead and the desk sergeant here was expecting me. I was humbled. As ...


A travel blog entry by lewis4126 on Oct 10, 2014

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... at how different this little town was from what we had seen so far of South America.

Our next stop was to the Museo Corberta Esmeralda. This museum was a scale representation of the wooden-hulled steamed Corvette Esmeralda that was commissioned into the Armada de Chile on September 18, 1955. She had a long history of successful battles but, on May 21, 1879, during the War of the Pacific, the Esmeralda engaged the Peruvians in ...

Iquique, San Pedro and earthquakes

A travel blog entry by salsta17 on Apr 01, 2014

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... to survive and crying. When power came back on discovered it had been 8.2 earthquake with epicentre centre near Iquique so been evacuations and tsunami there. Very glad that it hadn't happened 24 hours earlier when I'd been there and pleased Lauren got away safely too, especially as she'd been worried about earthquakes when we were there after one hit Iquique when we were in Santiago.

"Opinion has caused more trouble on this little earth than plagues or earthquakes."

...and for desert....

A travel blog entry by somewaygone on Aug 29, 2013

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... that this was a safe place to ask questions, to be vulnerable and to seek solace. When you open yourself up to these experiences you will often find great reward. The reward in my case was meeting so many great people; friends who are now some of the closest I know and in whom I confide my deepest struggles and share my greatest triumphs. There is nothing particularly special about the camp field. 48 weeks a year it houses cattle for grazing. ...

Jungle Friends, Ghost Towns and Paragliding

A travel blog entry by on May 31, 2013

... about the flight and what to expect which just made me very nervous! We picked up the flight instructor en route; Javier was an older gentleman who had a bossy manner but was quite jolly and friendly. At the take off point near Alto Hospice above the city there were lots of other paragliders in the air...and they were very high which did nothing to calm my nerves! As I was kitted out with my "seat" and clothing and the glider was got ready the driver kept up a constant stream ...