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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIncahuasi B&B San Pedro de Atacama
In the outskirt of the village, small but clean rooms, cycles available , friendly and very helpful .... away from the bustle of the tourist streets , we enjoyed this excellent B&B very much. And we've got the most remarkable Christmas eve ever in our Life. The hosts invited everyone to bring something to eat and drink and they did the rest .... absolutely human warmth !!!!
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Der Start zu unserer 12-Stunden Fahrt im Nachtbus begann mit einer Überraschung, denn der Bus verfügte über Wlan, sodass wir zumindest während den ersten vier Stunden der Fahrt, beschäftigt sein würden. Und das wurde auch echt nötig, denn bereits nach 5 Minuten musste der Bus mitten in der Strasse anhalten und der Fahrer wechselte einen platten …
San Pedro de Atacama was located a few hundred metres from the Bolivian/Chilean border. After a short 1 hour trip to the border, where we had to strangly scan bags, we arrived in the desert town. There was a noticeable difference between the less developed Bolivia and the more developed Chile. Chile seemed more westernised than the previous countries on our travels and it was strange to go forward in time even though Chile is directly south/slightly ...
... landscape. The start was flat and partly uphill so was hard it the desert heat and we were still at altitude here too. It was also much longer than we expected too. The map we were given certainly wasn't to scale. The 2nd half was even better, slightly downhill almost like single track. It was great fun! Toward the end we took a break in an very open part of the gorge. We looked around and noticed there were lots of shards of what looked like ...
... San Pedro and some parts of the desert have a rainy season of around 5-7 days a year. We miraculously managed to be there in this tiny window and boy when it rains, it rains hard! I had a little flood outside my bedroom because the ground doesn't absorb the excess water so it takes a long time to disappear. Anyway tomorrow we are heading to Bolivia for a 3 day 4x4 expedition across the alitplano and the famous salt flats (the largest in the world I believe)!! Lots of love xxxx
... the view of the stars from the telescope was slightly disappointing, although we did receive a relatively clear view of Jupiter. After some explanations of some constellations, we were brought back inside for an explanation of the solar system, which was difficult to follow as the need to sleep was beginning to take priority. Although a worthwhile experience, it was a shame that the most popular company, SPACE, contained no ...