Iquique is a port city along the northern Pacific coast of Chile and has about 225,000 inhabitants. It is the capital of both the Iquique Province and Tarapacá Region.
From the Iquique Travel Guide
We stayed two nights there, the toilet is not healthy, the shower and the bowl are in the same place. The staff are useless, the first night at arrival, 5.30 a.m., the night receptionist started to play ping-pong with other guests around 6.00a.m. ... more
I am very, very dissapointed. When we arrived at the hostel, we discovered that the price for the accomodations was higher than accorded, and that there was not free place for all the span of days we had reserved with you. So, we staid a little fraction of the total time in the hostel, and the rest we encountered a better and cheaper place. ... more
Salar de Uyuni to Chile
, then Iquique before going to Santiago and it sounds like a real pain. When I look at the map it seems like a short hop over from the salt plains to Iquique which would save on the transfers but everywhere I look ...
Driving to chile
Also have a look here . It says: Importing a used car in Chile is generally prohibited according to the US Dept. of Commerce: "No, the importation of used passenger and cargo transport vehicles is prohibited. Limited exceptions do occur in the two free zones in Chile, Iquique in the far north and Punta ...
Du 12 au 14.2.2012 On my way to Iquique On y est presque La journee touche a sa fin Finalement, ces 2 jours, je n'ai rien a vous raconter, simplement parce que je n'ai rien fait ! Profite un peu de la plage, et me suis balladée dans la ville. Besoin de repos, de calme, de soleil, de chaleur ...
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