Address: Tomas Bonilla 1196, Iquique, Chile | Inn
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A travel blog entry by lewis4126 on Oct 11, 2014

4 comments, 28 photos

... art”) remain today due to the Atacama Desert being the driest desert in the world. It is thought that there are as many as 5,000 of these formations atop the deserts of Chile, including geometric, zoomorphic and anthropomorphic figures. It was an awe inspiring experience to witness these drawings and to try and comprehend, considering how enormous they must be up close, how these indigenous peoples created them so perfectly.

Next, we were transported from ...

Iquique, San Pedro and earthquakes

A travel blog entry by salsta17 on Apr 01, 2014

15 photos

... t have any money and Yves ended up about even. Got to bed about 4am but still made it up for breakfast the next day for juice, tea and roll.

After going on a walk to find water, spent most of the day on the beach. Treated ourselves to loungers and an umbrella. Lauren braved the cold and jellyfish to swim, I just paddled. Had really good cheese empanada from beach vendor for lunch and magnum style ice cream too. Back to hostel about 7pm to wash sand off and headed out ...

Iquique 7/11/13-10/11/13 days 67-70

A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Nov 07, 2013

27 photos

... called Ouzo so we played with him while we drank. Chris's fictional dog, Graham is a weimaraner so he was made up!   The next day we went out walking around the town again, this time we walked down to the port where we saw fishermen bringing in loads of different fish and crabs. We walked to a massive fish market but they were packing up for the day, we turned to leave and as we did, we noticed a load of pelicans and a massive ...

Jungle Friends, Ghost Towns and Paragliding

A travel blog entry by on May 31, 2013

... the desert which added to our creepy feeling after the ghost town. As we reached Alto Hospice (the town above Iquique) we had to swap bus and then hit the rush hour traffic as we took the road into Iquique. The bus was rather slow moving but eventually we reached the edge of the city. Once there we were dropped off at a random taxi office rather than near the market as expected. As we were far from our hostel we took a taxi but like all taxi drivers in South America the drivers ...

Pichilemu Surf, maipo rafting and North to Iquique

A travel blog entry by crippsfamily on Dec 16, 2012

24 photos

... Going to have to work on a plan….

Pichilemu is famous for its night life and judging by the noises going on outside our cabin in the wee hours and the wreckage of youth on the beach this morning, it certainly lives up to it. Today dawned grey and overcast and very unappealing but we thought might as well do one more lesson and back into the waves we went. Something clicked for me and I was popping up and standing up and surfing in a style ...