My Apartment in Arica, Chile.

Blog entry posted by billy_boatrocker, Feb 22, 2017.

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.
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Behind me Playa Chinchorro and the Pacific.
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Cuz I know you're dying to see it, my kitchen.
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As long as I have Internet...
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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!!!!!
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My Spartan digs.

My Internet connection. The installer hooked it up pronto, like 15 minutes worked great.
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... direct line of site to El Morro where the tower is.
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...and cuz I know you really want to see my bathroom.
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Someone living on the beach. You could all year-round if you wanted to. No one will hassle you.
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Yo... sup?
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billy_boatrocker

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Boatrocker's Blog - Billy B is a man about town, a gentleman and a half-assed scholar. A born and raised Californian, he's currently a denizen of the USSA (Oregon) and he longs to make his escape back to South America to never be bothered by all the shit that bothers him, again.