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permalink written by  wherearesteveandlisa on September 4, 2009 from Arica, Chile
from the travel blog: wherearesteveandlisa's Travel Blog



Arica

We are now close to the border with Peru in another Seaside city. The nightlife is an interesting combination of Pheonix Nights style tables and Karaoke singing. Me and Billy thought we were very funny, especially with our rendition of Ghostbusters, and the Americans were equally as bad. We were...

permalink written by  billyandsophie on May 25, 2008 from Arica, Chile
from the travel blog: South America



Flucht nach Arica

Überstürzte Abreise nach Arica weils Anna so schlecht ging.

permalink written by  hapan on October 8, 2007 from Arica, Chile
from the travel blog: hapan's Travel Blog



Auf in den Norden

Nun beginnt also die Reise durch den Norden Chiles. Da noch kein Plan ausgearbeitet is schau ma mal wo es uns hinverschlägt.

permalink written by  hapan on October 4, 2007 from Arica, Chile
from the travel blog: hapan's Travel Blog



Where the Desert meets the Sea

After a 10 hour overnight bus ride through the desert (probably didn´t miss much) we arrived in Arica near the Peruvian border. After a moment of panic thinking that we had lost eachother in the public toilets, we caught our first taxi of the trip into the centre of the city and sat in a park...

permalink written by  Cath & Andy on April 11, 2007 from Arica, Chile
from the travel blog: A journey to the alter and South America



Reisetag

Jetzt hat definitv die Rückreise begonnen, und heute ist ein ganzer Reisetag: um 7:00 morgens mit dem Bus von Arequipa nach Tacna, was wieder nur erfreuliche 5h30 dauert (statt bis zu 7h00 laut Auskunft diverser Reisebüros und Agenturen). An einer "Obstkontrolle" entsteht Kontakt zu einem...

permalink written by  gattidimonaco on September 30, 2006 from Arica, Chile
from the travel blog: Los Andes 2006



Arica

Morgens um 8:30 "relativ pünktlich" (45 Minuten verspätet) per Bus nach Arica, vorbei an Humbertstone, einer aufgelassenen oficina aus der Minen-Zeit, und an einem der Geoglyphen, einer riesigen aus Steinen in den Sand gelegten abstrakten Figur, direkt am Pan-American-Highway. In Arica checken...

permalink written by  gattidimonaco on September 20, 2006 from Arica, Chile
from the travel blog: Los Andes 2006



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