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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Lickana San Pedro de Atacama
I just came back from San Pedro. We stayed in two different Hostals there. The first was dirty and had shared bathrooms, so Hostal Lickana was a huge delight. We had a private bathroom and there were adjustable mattress heaters on the bed. There are nice tables outside, and the place is in a great location. It was a little pricey, but everything in San Pedro is pricey. It was well worth it to escape the DUST of San Pedro. Simple breakfast every morning and cleaned every day.
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... lavanderia (mistake number 3). Barbora and Hanka's friends who had completed the tour a day earlier (Jason and Ingrid) turned up and were a blast to hang out with, fueling our drinking fire, but a pivotal point of the night was when Paul befriended a Columbian called Carlos in a queue for the toilets, when he told him that we had visited his home town of Popayan (mistake number 4). A couple of hours later we were in Carlos' house on the outskirts of the small ...
The whole point of coming back to Chile was so that i could go to the Atacama Desert - the driest desert in the whole world apparently. From here i could also cross into Bolivia overland through the famous Salar De Uyuni.
The base for the trip was a teeny tiny town called San Pedro de Atacama, full of adobe houses (traditional mud houses built for coolness). It is at an altitude of 2400m (the highest English peak, Scarfell pike is ...
early start at 4:30 am to go the Tatio Geysers. The reason for this is that it’s
only before dawn that there is little wind so the steam is a lot more visible.
The road to the geysers is over a 100 kms and mainly a dirt and very bumpy
road. Unfortunately we were in the back seats which meant an even bumpier trip
and a real struggle to get in and out at each stop. We arrived in the predawn light
to a great site with the ...
... put the music on and the llama kebabs on the grill obviously we were the first ones there and caught them by surprise but we had a beautiful puff pastry thingy with cheese in it and a kebab and coffee and paid fifty cents to use the loo. The loo was immaculate, best public one I've been too in South America, usually you have to take a deep breath and just get the job done quickly! Back in time for an afternoon ...
... an under armour shirt, long sleeve t shirt, hoodie, fleece jacket, gloves, ear warmers, and a hat, and I was still kinda cold. We drove about 2.5 hours to an altitude of around 11,000 feet, on not the greatest quality of roads, to see some steam coming out of the ground. I wasn't very impressed.
Valle de la Luna - This tour in the afternoon definitely made up for the lame one from the morning. We started off this tour going through a cave. This ...