- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... made the trip out to get the final paper work for the car but disappointingly it was not ready even though we were back several day after it was meant to be ready. The car dealer has agree to mail the paper work to us when they receive it, which means we’ll have to have a few nights stay in a city down south somewhere. Hopefully it will come through fine, fingers and toes crossed.
On Saturday we plan to head south to explore Chile’s famous national parks. Until next blog ...
... of juice and alfajores (like a soft biscuit with chocolate and caramel). Along with the rest of our sushi from earlier, it was a great snack.
All the bus groups were put together and split into English & Spanish guided, fortunately the English speaking group was much smaller. The actual stargazing tour started promptly at 9pm with a warning. It was, for intents and purposes, a full moon and a very bright full moon at that. Whilst that looked ...
... of about 6 blocks, a map is an item one can do without. So Pisco is teeny tiny small, but so very quaint and peaceful, and a beautiful lookout point onto the surrounding Elqui Valley. Staying there felt like a relaxing getaway, a holiday within my holiday.
In the evening I made my way back to Vicuña for an outing to the Mamalluca Observatory stationed on the Mamalluca hill outside of the town. Here I was educated on the mysteries of the night ...
... this is a vile public entrance to hades. I specifically wore these shoes so I wouldn't have to enter a lav in my flip-flops - there is no way I'm going in bare foot. I'd sooner paddle in the Ganges.”
Another five hours....
“Mr bus driver can you please turn off this **** music, it's two a.m and everyone on the bus is trying to sleep. No, not down slightly, off! That's still not off.”
Another two ...
... time, Guayacán Golden Ale. I also got the chance to try Pisco with local Papaya which is different than the Papaya we see in the UK. This was nice too. There was a large group of dogs howling and having sex on the street outside which was funny too.
Due to the delay in this “quick snack”, the original plan of heading off to an Observatory was cancelled and we headed back to our hotel for a quick nightcap and some well earned kip. ...