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... br> We went to see some geysers, which were pretty cool. There was a lot of steam, and bubbling mud, but there were also tons of people. We were only allowed to stay for about 20 minutes because of the toxic gasses coming out of the geysers, and this time the rest of the group actually listened. We had a short drive from there to some hot springs. I didn’t feel like swimming in the hot springs, and the rest of my group did, so I ...
... normal dining tables and were given the set menu but when
we asked for tacos we were told we would have to move to another section of the
restaurant that had plastic stools and very little room. Then a different
waitress gave us a different menu. It seemed like it was 2 separate restaurants
that were operating in the same space. The tacos were different with very hard hand-made
doughy shells but a very nice shredded vegetable filling.
... charger... also didn't work! I can't really diagnose it because I don't understand how what it was doing is possible. My phone thought it was charging, but if anything it seemed to be getting discharged. I was able to twist and bend the first charger to fix the short, and finally my phone could charge. We watched a few Los Simpson episodes and that was enough excitement for one day. Plus, I had big plans.
On top of trying to eat normally for the first ...
... a cocktail or two in hand..magic... It was hot all day but as soon as the sunset we were in big jackets, the temperature just plummets. We were tired when we got back so had a meal at the hotel, again fantastic but Chile is more expensive than Argentina $22 for a top Salmon meal and Wayne had a chicken one . We were paying half that in Chile. The bonus was we got free cocktails... loving it. Bed time now I am bushed. ...
... some weird cold rash on the back of my thighs which made for an unpleasant journey for the rest of the day. We then jumped back on the bus and headed out for the salt flats. Here, they were not really what we were expecting as they weren't vast but then we weren't in Bolivia so it was a bit of a let down. However, we pulled some hilarious pictures as the tour guide kept trying to interrupt us to tell us the alien history of the area. He told ...