Pam and I, not fluent in the Spanish language, depended upon our guides and bus drivers for negotiating our on land exploration of South American. Here is our guide for this trip, providing insights as we stand in the main square of the village.
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A guide for another Oceania group.
the men and women who kept open air sales kiosks providing….
…refreshments and souvenirs. I purchased a handmade collection of minerals from the region.
We never learned why these people were dressed in period costumes. Most certainly descendants of the people who worked here.
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Humberstone and Santa Laura Saltpeter Works World Heritage page
The Humberstone and Santa Laura Saltpeter Works site (Chile), removed from the List of World Heritage in Danger/
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Magnifiques photos d’enfants !
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