One of the more unusual requests I had while conducting interviews in Arica, Chile was for the tables to be turned and for me to become the interviewee. I had been to talk with Sergio Vasquez Ochoa to record his memories of the Junta de Adelanto de Arica, a board of development which ran 1958-1976. Alongside his job, Don Sergio also writes for various local media outlets and, as few Europeans decide to go and live in Arica to study its history, he thought my story was worth sharing. So we put another date in our diaries and I returned to his house to give him a turn at being the interviewer.
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