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Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... bus again and head down to a slightly lower elevation.
On the way back from the Geysers del Tatio, we stopped to look at a frozen lake with ducks, admire some vizcacha (an adorable chinchilla-like rodent) basking in the sun on some rocks and visit a tiny Andean village of 20 families where Dennis and I got a delicious llama kebab. We finished with a short hike through a gorge to a waterfall, showing us that there is still some flowing water in ...
... we saw were awesome. We saw a star that exploded 30,000 years ago but because it's that far away we can just see the explosion her now. The star was blue with red around the outside, my favourite. Some of the nebulas just looked like a bunch of stars. The guides favourite planet was Venus, pronounced penis, it was hilarious- especially when he said it was hard! Ha ha ha! We got a close up view of Saturn and it's rings, it was so clear that it looked like a picture in a book. So ...
... was not the case - only cheese and ham sandwiches! Neither of us had any snacks on us and I felt pretty ill as a result of not eating. Nayan boldly tried to buy breakfast from other tour companies but they only had enough for their own groups. We decided that when we got back to San Pedro, we would complain to the office and demand a refund for our third tour booked for the afternoon.
... our bus was 6 hours delayed but we eventually made it and then eventually found hostels with space at 1 in the morning having trapsed around the city aimlessly for an hour. Salta was really nice - I got to know it quite well during my near impossible hunt for an iPhone charger, during which I managed to lose a load of money (disaster day) but I still managed to enjoy the city.. Having gotten over all the stresses of the last few days I decided ...
... section 50km without even the slightest of bends. Easiest of driving if it wasn't for the huge lorries that wander randomly between lanes - head-on collisions are quite popular around here apparently. Geological digression - much of the road was cut through a classic PDC (Pyroclastic Density Current) deposit - gently undulating hummocks of partially consolidated ignimbrites. Best I've ever seen! The 350km from Antofagasta to San Pedro de Atacama took about 5 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility