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Who let the dogs out – Humberstone

Sadly we were on our last few days in Chile, but as they say all good things come to an end.  Lucky for us though we are traveling North and still have loads of new adventures, new countries and new places to visit. From leaving Chuquicamata Mine we decided to take the coast road to Iquique but … Continue reading »

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Chuquicamata Copper Mine – Northern Chile

I had my heart set on going to see the worlds largest open-pit mine. It’s not hard to visit, in fact the Chuquicamata Copper Mine runs a free 3 hour-long tour, and this is a bus based tour that actually drives down a short way into the mine itself! I had seen some large mines … Continue reading »

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El Tatio – Highest Geyser Field in the World

Snowstorms on the way to El Tatio Geyser Field At one stage we really thought the El Tatio Geyser Field was going to elude us as we had made two previous attempts to get to see them, and the weather created quite an obstacle for us, yes we had snow.  The problem wasn’t driving through … Continue reading »

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Atacama Stargazing at ALMA

If Carlsberg were to make the best stargazing location in the world, it would probably be the Atacama Desert in Northern Chile. When you visit the main tourist town, San Pedro de Atacama you will immediately see loads of tour companies with telescopes outside their doors, advertising their stargazing night-time trips into the Desert. Interestingly … Continue reading »

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San Pedro de Atacama – A great place to Chill

San Pedro de Atacama was our destination after our wonderful journey in Bolivia through the Salar and its surrounding lakes and volcanoes. This is probably our last visit to Chile and we expect to be only here for ten days or so, maybe a little longer. It is a small dusty town of unpaved roads … Continue reading »

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House sitting in Chile finished

House sitting in Chile can be fun. But for us, it’s over. We were parked up for just over a month, and we’ve now got ichy feet. This is what we have been doing. Tennis of course Sarah made a quick trip to Ireland and France to see family, and to check out some Tennis. … Continue reading »

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