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Moon Valley. Death Valley. Rainbow Valley. Even Dinosaur Valley. Each one of these
project vividly the landscape we were about to explore.
for its picturesque yet arid environment, Chile, and the Atacama region in
particular, promised to offer a mix of adventure and wonder. We landed in
Calama, a two hour flight …
... some weird cold rash on the back of my thighs which made for an unpleasant journey for the rest of the day. We then jumped back on the bus and headed out for the salt flats. Here, they were not really what we were expecting as they weren't vast but then we weren't in Bolivia so it was a bit of a let down. However, we pulled some hilarious pictures as the tour guide kept trying to interrupt us to tell us the alien history of the area. He told ...
... three milks, and a few flavours made from local berries etc. I ended up getting quinoa and coconut. Both were yum!! I spent the afternoon catching up on my blog entries and then said adiós to Layla when she took off to catch her bus. I spent the rest of the night trying to learn Spanish off the net but gave up as the internet here is so slow.
Monday 2/06/14 I got up in the morning and booked a tour for Gyser de Tatio one of the main attractions here. The tour has a 4.30 am pickup ...
... healthier chicks in the breeding season.Nature is cruel but just,sacrificing individuals for the sake of the survival and strengthening of the whole.
The trip ended by watching the sunset over the salt pans,the crystallized salt turned orange as the sun dipped below the volcanoes in a majestic display of reflected red and pink light that mirrored off the waters.
The following day in the afternoon I headed off to what is known as the Moon Valley and the ...
... but 2) the mountains around us and the desert-like plateau we're standing on is just incredible. We take a walk into the quaint little town, which is flocked with boutique shops, cafés and travel agencies. And some outrageously expensive laundries. But we don't have much choice. So we pay about $20 for a load of washing. Sheesh... We opt to do a tour of the Valley of the Dead and the Valley of the Moon, plus the famous Geysers. We were told that tour ...