Arica is right on the border (or the Frontier as it's called there) with the Peruvian town of Tacna. Some pix of where I lived in Playa Chinchoro sector of Arica. It was about 800 yards from the beach and the Pacific Ocean. In the Tsunami zone, lol.
Apts. where I lived in Arica.
Behind me Playa Chinchorro and the Pacific.
Cuz I know you're dying to see it, my kitchen.
As long as I have Internet...
My HP Pavillion dv4000. First quality laptop I ever bought. Still have it, screen is bad and it's not working but I kept it anyway.
This is Sparta!!!!!
My Spartan digs.
My Internet connection. The installer hooked it up pronto, like 15 minutes worked great.
... direct line of site to El Morro where the tower is.
...and cuz I know you really want to see my bathroom.
Someone living on the beach. You could all year-round if you wanted to. No one will hassle you.
My Apartment in Arica, Chile.
Blog entry posted by billy_boatrocker, Feb 22, 2017.
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Boatrocker's Blog - Billy B is a man about town, a gentleman INTJ half-assed scholar-type. A born and raised Californian, he's currently a resident of the woeful state of Oregon. He longs to.... no, he pines and moans to make his escape and return to South America to never be bothered by all the shit that bothers him, ever again.