Atacamadventure Wellness & Ecolodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... something to do with my boredom. Because everything is in Spanish it’s way easier for me to checkout than if it were in English. In Spanish, I still have to work to pay attention and when I’m not intrigued, I get lost in my own thoughts quickly. And when I try to come back, it’s too late. Blame it on the A.D.D.
I must say that I am very impressed with the study habits of los testigos de Jehova. ...
... when the Coacoa leaves come into play. I am not gonna bore you with the history but please look it up as its really interesting in short there are also used to make cocaine. Luckily me and the driver became best friends, whats yours is mine lol so had to chew on those coacoa leaves what an experience but it worked to calm down my heart beat a little.
We arrived we where we were staying first night about 4200m above sea level in the middle ...
... bad things about some of the other companies, many of which are fly-by-night operations.
San Pedro has a booming tourism industry. The town has 5,000 residents, nearly all of whom work in tourism in some way. Every door you pass in the town is either a tour agency or a restaurant or a mini market (exponentially more restaurants or mini markets than the town's residents could support). Though theoretically you could rent a car and drive yourself to ...
... were caused by meteor strikes. Some of the people in our group jumped into these ones too, but by that point the wind was blowing strongly and it was just too cold for me!
Geyser del Tatio - I'll have to be honest and say this tour definitely wasn't worth it to me. We got up around 4am to head up to see the geysers. We were warned it would be super cold so to dress warmly. To give you an idea, I wore three pairs of socks, two pairs of ...
... 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 ...