Awasi Atacama - Relais & Chateaux
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... a quick assessment and I managed to limp/hop/full retard myself out of the damn valley. Our tour guide upon finding us didn't quite know what to do with a wet dog and one very miserable and sore 24 year old female. I threw a slight tantrum and then he told me the car was around the corner. Jess doped me up on neurofen and I hobbled back to the car basically crying the whole way. What. An. Idiot. I have now renamed cactus valley Death Valley as I was assaulted ...
This past weekend I traveled to the driest non-polar desert in the world. The Atacama desert in northern Chile averages just 0.59 inches of rain per year. I absolutely loved my time there, and it was nice to get a break form the Santiago smog. The whole place was so beautiful, and unfortunately, cameras really just fail to capture the full beauty of it. Our flight was only a little less than 2 hours, but they provided practically a whole meal. I wish the ...
... and unpaved roads even though the whole place had a really gritty dusty feel to it. The whole town feels like a tourist trap but the sun is warm and the hostel we found is very clean and comfortable with very hot water - I felt like a new person after having a shower after the bus trip. We spent the afternoon researching ...
... water or at least it seemed freezing cold at first. But as always you quickly got used to it and it was pretty crazy to see how easily you could float. Another very strange lesson was that if you stretched out vertically and lowered your feet the water further down was really warm. It almost felt like you were going to touch something really hot if you stretched further down, however our guide told us that the lagoon was in fact 1500 m deep. Now it ...
... the cockpit,his shirt under his arms are drenched in sweat as his forehead,clearly he had had a serious battle controlling the plane.He announced to us that we must wait in the airport for further instructions from Santiago.
Antofagasta is in the middle of no where, a copper mining town and anyone who goes there has some connection with the mines.The airport is tiny and we are ushered into a small waiting room to await instructions and it is here ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service