Hostal Don Sebastian

Address: Domingo Atienza con pasaje Motulera 140, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Domingo Atienza con pasaje Motulera 140, San Pedro de Atacama.
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      Exit Plans & The Valley of the Moon

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Nov 28, 2014

      ... is closed for wahtever-reasons. Particularly disappointing since you use actual snowboards unlike the sleds we used in NZ. There is also the worlds largest telescope nearby but despite what LP says there are no options for a tour. This area is ideal for stargazing due to the high altitude (SPDA is at 2407m), no rain and no clouds.

      In the evening Rach and I went on a trip to Valle de la Luna (valley of the moon), which including a ...

      I've never been anywhere like it

      A travel blog entry by milskii on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... from Santiago was phenomenal and visually stunning seeing the Andes with their snow capped peaks to the Chilean Salt Flats and coloured sands. I am here for just a couple of days before heading on to the Bolivian salt flats which I'm looking ...

      Last Day in Bolivia

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... heavy metals in the ground. There was some weird foam on the lake edge that was being whipped up by the waves, perhaps something to do with the minerals & metals.

      We were told that it takes about 6 hours for an experienced climber to climb Volcán Licancabur and can only be climbed from the Bolivian side, the Chilean side is too steep. Many people don't make it to the top - Juan Carlos had been to top twice but other times he had to return from the half way ...

      Valley de la Muerte and Pucara de Quitor

      A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Aug 08, 2014

      ... saw, stopped by the soft mud covered with salt and continued to the entrance. We heard someone shouting as our rode past but didn't know she was shouting for us. Apparently we missed the entrance and ended up at the exit. As we locked our bicycles, the guard told us we are supposed to go through the entrance and pay 3000 pesos for the entrance. We didn't want to visit the ruins for 3000 and only wanted to see the gate and the head sculpture. He directed us to the entrance of the ...

      Sun, sand and wind...and let-downs

      A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jul 22, 2014

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      ... wine to drown our sorrows!

      Thankfully, while we were here we did at least get to do one thing - we visited the fantastic archaeological museum, although there were no mummies on display as the Chilean government has made a deal with the mummy's living descendents to respect the remains and keep them off display, along with other factors - keeping the mummies in a room with doors that open towards the mountains, for example.