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Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
We caught the bus to San Pedro from Antofagasta at 7am in the morning, which was a great time to travel as we arrived for lunch. So we got off the bus and wow! The heat and the dust and the amazing desert, we had no idea what we were in for, as all the scenery was hidden behind the curtains on the bus, I imagine to keep the heat out. On arrival we …
Day 62- 13 hr bus ride to San Pedro Chile. I learnt from my last couple of bus rides that the back of the bus isn't for the cool kids. Located right next to the toilet. But G knew what he was doing and got us the best seats, right at the front, where the best view was. Long windy road, half frozen creeks, surrounded by mountains. Alexia faints. The way G reacted I thought this happens all the time. But it was his ...
... couple.Of course the Ozzy's are always good fun to be with,always open and game for a laugh,nothing seems to phase them as long as they have a can of beer in their hands,I have often found them, as a traveling nation ,the most at ease on the road and if nothing in their journeys went wrong they would probably say the trip was boring! We as Europeans almost take travel as a right of passage due to the close proximity of our countries but for Ozzy's and kiwis being at the bottom ...
After a 33 hour journey, 3 planes, and a bus journey, I have made it to Chile! Pretty knackered but Lucy, Lou and Shona greeted me and we went for a lovely lunch: chocolate milkshake and an omelette, your typical Spanish cuisine obviously. We then are heading out this evening to do sandboarding in the middle of the desert at 10pm! So nice to finally be ...
... and the sheer size of the landscapes I have seen are mind blowing. It's going to be very difficult to capture the experience in writing.
I arrived in San Pedro de Atacama, checked into a hostel and booked onto a package of 3 tours with a Dutch girl called Jenny. I met her coming off the bus which is not an unusual occurrence. San Pedro is a town in the Atacama desert with unpaved streets and small clay one storey buildings. It has craft shops and fire pits to ...
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