Casa Atacama (Noi Hotels)
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... Jess and I got to move to sit with her too. First time we were ever able to get off the plane first. Literally saw the walkway come over and door open. Nice. Taxi to our new hotel, awkwardly carrying our bags-Jess and I became pack horses as Kate couldn't carry her green lantern. Such lovely hotel staff came from no where and helped us out. We chilled in our room and had dinner in the hotel restaurant before having an early night. Bring on Santiago round 2. Chao ...
... and the group I will be with. I woke up with severe heart burn last night...this was a first and it was not a pleasant feeling.
So I'm sending to the universe hope for the strength, stamina, courage and belief in myself to do this on Monday and Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday and Friday because yes, it is 5 days of trekking!!!
This is a dream of mine to do Machu Picchu. However, I'm not 22 and I'm not part mountain goat, though ...
... 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 ...
... as well. On the bus from Salta we met Pete, a guy from Kazakhstan who joined us at our hostel in San Pedro. Today Lauren and I wanted to head to the Valle de la Luna (valley of the moon) and Pete decided to come along. Leaving Kerrie and Vickie in town because they did the trip the last time they were here, we hired bikes and got on the road. The valley is close to town and even the ride out there is pretty cool. Because ...
... up through the Andes to where the border crossing is located. This was the first time we had to get off the bus, and the high altitude (4,300m) hits you straight away, leaving you breathless as you just walk to the bathrooms! The crossing took a while (as usual) but after an hour queuing for no real reason we were back on the bus to the small town of San Pedro. Arriving at dusk, Phil was suffering badly from the change in altitude so we had an early night to recover. ...
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