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After living in luxury for the past few days it was time to leave our amazing heated floor and beautiful view. We packed our bags and chilled in our room a bit longer. I'd gone downstairs earlier to order us a cab. Translation issues again...I don't think he understood that we wanted to go to Santiago airport and not the bus station in town. We got our taxi and she drove us to the bus station. My bag (also known as nug) did an swine job at chilling in the front seat, as no taxi in ...
... pleasant being out and about - it's kind of like a forced siesta. However, I couldn't miss out on Valle de Luna so we booked in for the afternoon tour as it is supposedly most stunning at sunset. On the way we stopped off at Death Valley, hanging rock and some salt caves. To see Valle de Luna (moon valley) we had to climb to the top of a sand dune to witness the sunset. In Tamara style I twisted my ankle on the ...
... passable for a same day service. As it happens won’t be heading off until evening as the best option was a night bus (or 2! – the direct service shoves you out on the highway at 5.15am, so choosing the change and leave later for a service that arrives at a decent time in the town centre).
Tried to find some worthwhile tours that could guarantee having me back to the bus station by 6.30pm but not found – decided ...
... the view from the valley for the lucky people who were there would have been quite amazing.
Chile, or certainly San Pedro is quite a bit more expensive than Boliva. My hostel dorm accom is coming in at 8,500/£8.50 a night, thats double of Bolivia at least. As I'm not really here to explore I have tried to keep my spending down. So far I've cooked for myself & the only prepared meal is my ...
... town. We jumped on a tour which took us to a couple of big salt lagoons. I jumped in for a quick swim with the rest of the crowd and froze my nuts off. The water is extremely cold. The salt content makes it really easy to float and is a big draw card with the tourist. We were a bit ****** off that they didn't include the entry fee in the cost oc the tour. We also went to see two underground springs that pop up in the middle of nowhere and also another lagoon right on sunset that ...