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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    Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama

    And we do this for FUN????

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Nov 08, 2015

    1 comment, 67 photos

    ... combination of brightness and lack of features make it easy to nod off. Marcos had a few micro sleeps according to Jim who was sitting next to him. But as Jim said, "there is nothing to hit or bump into and no road to stay on so it really didn't matter if he goes absent occasionally"! Thankfully this did not happen on the short stretch of real road from Uyuni onto the Salar, and it could not happen when we left the salt as the terrain was such a challenge it kept us all wide ...

    Wide Blue Yonder

    A travel blog entry by ngairephillips on Oct 29, 2015

    12 photos

    ... Apparently it has the nickname of Almatraz, given its similarity in entrapment to the more familiar island jail. As we crested yet another ridge huge rock formations started appearing randomly amongst the dunes, seemingly created from nothing. The result of magma extrusions that solidified over tIme, this group of rocks is collectively known as The Monks of Pacana, perhaps due to their solitary existence in this very isolated place. An impressive salt lake forms ...

    Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble

    A travel blog entry by ngairephillips on Oct 28, 2015

    8 photos

    ... to its nest in anticipation of Spring egg laying, much as we'd seen its smaller cousin the Horned Coot do in Laguna Minisques and Miscanti. Giant Andean Geese and delightful blue-billed Puno Teal were also a common sight. We also spotted several large groups of vicuña along the way, grazing amongst the alpine vegetation. As we left the alpine environment the desert gave way once more and the hills were dotted with individual cactus plants, giving the appearance of a Wild ...

    Moonscapes, Marscapes and Venuscapes

    A travel blog entry by joshchristine on Oct 16, 2015

    2 comments, 60 photos

    ... br> Newsflash! Christine is now a New Zealander (again). New Zealanders are lucky – unlike Australians, they pay no “reciprocal fee” to enter Argentina (or Turkey or if they fly into Santiago, and don’t need visas for Brazil either), so Christine had acquired an NZ passport prior to leaving. After unsuccessfully trying to switch to her NZ passport when we entered Bolivia from Peru, we were concerned she wouldn’t be able to enter Argentina on ...

    Day 19 - Crossing the Bolivian border

    A travel blog entry by jessdigs on Jul 24, 2015

    4 photos

    ... is Laguna Verde - the green lake. It's pretty incredible, crystal clear green water. Green from the surface, so very toxic and not inhabitable. After that we stopped off at some mini active volcanos! Smelt really bad! But very cool. Then we went to have lunch. Ate as a big group, fantastic meal of tuna and rice and veggies. It was great, but I was still feeling a bit iffy. Then we went to the red lake which was full ...