Awasi Atacama - Relais & Chateaux
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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Yay I have finally found a functioning computer with wifi!! So next installment... Something which I forgot to mention in my last blog was that I felt a slight earthquake in La Serena!! To be fair, it was 6am and barely noticeable but I was still really excited...! From La Serena we took a 17 hour bus journey (yes, 17 hours on a bus is not fun) to get to San Pedro de Atacama which is a small town next to the Atacama desert. About two thirds of the way through (5 hours in ...
... the area of Arica from Peru during the same conflict. (Back then the guano and nitrate deposits were the primary economic interests of this region.) The native people here are obviously Aymara, just as they are in other parts of the Altiplano. I got the feeling that the excessive display of Chilean flags in this part of the country may mask an unconscious sense of guilt as nearby Bolivia’s poverty has long been notorious, and ...
... in this hot and pricey town, we thought we'd make the most of it by climbing a nearby volcano for sunset. Turns out it wasn't as nearby as we thought. When everything is perfectly flat and featureless, it's actually quite difficult to estimate distances. There was what looked to be a small mountain range with a medium sized volcano (we guessed no bigger than 3000 metres) just a short walk across the desert from the town. We guessed ...
We got up at 7am and had breakfast which consisted of Pancakes. We packed and left the hostel at around 7:30am and set off to go and see a few more lagoons as we edge closer to Chile. We stopped at some rock formations which were really good, one rock even said Banos on it (Banos is Toilet in Spanish) as there are no real toilets around here so any ...
A very big travelling day today as we were flying all the way to Calama in Northern Chile. We had a private car transfer to the airport which was a lot cheaper than the taxi we had got from the airport when we first arrived in Buenos Aires. The trip was very quick and we had time to kill at the airport as we waited for the first flight to Santiago. We were served a snack on this LAN flight and arrived on time. There were some fantastic views ...