Awasi Atacama - Relais & Chateaux
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... to come back to the country in your lifetime. Neighbouring countries look for the exit stamp before giving you an entry into their country. It was a painless process and for a meager, but unofficial, Bs.15 we were given an exit stamp in our passports.
We had to wait for our Chilean bus to turn up and Juan Carlos hung around to make sure our luggage was loaded and we had our seats allocated. We said our goodbyes and let Juan Carlos and Martha get on ...
... of llamas, young and old.
Given we had heaps of time today, we stopped by canyon for photos. The floor of the canyon was a lush green with a small river running through it which contrasted with the reddish rock walls.
Juan Carlos let us out the jeep at Laguna Hedionda to take a short walk. There were a few flamingos on the lake but ...
... headed back to San Pedro for a few more glorious hours of CSI. On Monday morning, I was finally able to get in to see a doctor, who declared that I didn't need any antibiotics but was able to tell me what over the counter stuff to get to have some relief. The sore throat was beginning to subside but a runny nose was taking over. We got some wonderful salads for lunch before heading to the bus station for a 4:30 bus to La Serena in central ...
... Germans (astrophysicist Germans) in a conversation about astrophysics when I quickly realised just how out of my depth I was by stating some rather large claims about my space knowledge. He then changed the conversation to some economics though and I had him. 1-0 Australia. We then trudged home and had a breakfast package waiting for us (as we had a trek for e next day planned). Quick showers to get the salt off and then hit the hay. Buenos nachoes!! ...
... temperatures, the water was lovely and everyone was disinclined to leave – I draped my sarong and bathers over a nearby sign to dry in the sun but within minutes they had frozen - I could have done origami with them!
Then it was off through the Salvador Dali desert, so named for it’s colourful rocks and formations, supposedly reminiscent of his work – the tourist office ma just shows it as "coloured rocks"!