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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 …
... the six of us shared a bedroom in a building with no showers or electricity.
Jonny was not a communicative driver but he was safe one - very desirable in Bolivia! We passed some incredible landscapes along our route, stopping at a few choice locations for pictures and food. Highlights include the Sal de Manana geysers, Altiplano lakes, Volcan de Licancabur volcano, flamingos and lots of sand.
... and promising them a comfortable, more prosperous life taking lithium from the earth. (As usual, conquering Nature is promoted over cooperating with Her, while pushing irreplaceable plant and animal species towards extinction is considered a small price to pay - when considered at all - for giving the inanimate gadgets that hypnotize us a longer battery life until we discard them for the latest model.) Swallowing the corporate pitch ...
A long drive through no man's land, after having technically left Bolivia, brought us to the border into Chile. With all the effeciancy and politeness one would expect from border control people, the first step into the world's most elongated country were made some mere two hours later, and as it had become dark, we got well use of the best invention since sliced bread (the headtorch, that is) when setting camp.
San Pedro de Atacama is located by a natural oasis in one of the ...
... some caves etc. Valle de la Luna is in the Atacama desert which is the driest desert in the world so you can imagine how warm it was. Quite the change compared to how the morning started. We ended the evening by watching the sunset over the desert and then came back to get an early nights sleep before we start our journey to Bolivia tomorrow. We are getting picked up at 7:30am so we will keep you informed on our progress when we get a ...