Alto Atacama Desert Lodge & Spa
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... on this road let alone with a drunk driver! The tunnel was interesting built in 1930 for mining but half way thru there was a bit of a collapse... Wayne got a little nervous... we went there and back then had an exhilarating ride down hill. Went over a river to visit a church and more canyons but we were running out of time as need to be back for our Valle Dela Luna tour.
The moon valley named for resembling ...
... 11 and it was lovely. They had a nice big kitchen for us to use and a family room with clean couches and a tv. We found some CSI reruns in English and parked ourselves there until it was time for our tour at 3. It was SO nice to be able to relax somewhere comfortable and homey. It was my first time watching a tv show from start to finish all summer! At 3 we went to pick up our tour of Valle de la Luna. On the tour we entered a cavern filled with stalactites and stalagmites, saw giant ...
... that they want to show me the beach. I almost declined but I went ahead and agreed to still go.
I was hoping to visit one of the churches that I found on the internet this Sunday, but I agreed that I would just start on Thursday because there is a Women’s Bible Study then. But I told myself that I will NOT be going to Kingdom Hall ever again. They normally go at 6:30 pm Sunday evenings so I just knew that ...
... arid land. (Some places in the Atacama have only seen one millimeter of precipitation in the past 10-15 years.) By the time we descended all the way to town at 2,300 meters, it was 1 p.m. and the temperature was about 23 degrees Celsius. Dennis and I quickly changed into short-sleeved shirts (making sure to pack our various layers) and set out for our next tour, to Valle de la Muerta and Valle de la Luna. As we waited for the van to pick us up in town, ...
... didn't have enough people to take another bus and all the others were booked out. We ran around trying to find someone with space, but had no luck, it was time to buy chocolate coated doughnuts filled with dolce de leche to drown our sorrows. Tomorrow we start our tour of the salt flats so the rest of the evening was spent sorting supplies like wine and chocolate, although we have heard it's not a good idea to drink at high ...