Don Raul Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... clouds 60 days a year! Also yesterday was apparently brilliant with different coloured shooting star, great choice of day. So I made he most of the included hot chocolate and biscuits. Luckily the last 5 minutes it cleared slightly and I got a couple of pictures which was great. Then as we were about to leave an orange shooting star flew through the sky, it looked more like a fireball or a meteorite! It was a great end to a good tour and even better ...
... it wasn´t possible and i was refusing to give in and let themleave without me. It makes me smile now as it was pretty close to how John Cleese spoke toManuel in Fawlty Towers and it is deeply humiliating. I am becoming one of those people who think that everyone should be able to speak English, and i still maintain that if you work in the tourist industry then you really should. But of course it is their country and they can speak ...
... beef and chilean sausage on it.
I’m back at my hostel now, watching game 7 of the World Series, and just relaxing. It’s very nice here. I have a hectic few weeks coming up, so it’s good to take these chill days when I can. I’m also trying to sort out how I’m going to get from Santiago down to Ushuaia in just two weeks. It’s going to be tricky, but not ...
... sounds pretty similar to Marte.
Back on the bus, we drove for 10 minutes to get to the highest lookout point in Valle de la Luna for sunset. The sun dropping behind the mountains was a bit of an anticlimax but after it disappeared, the mountains to the east turned pink which was quite amazing.
Back at the to hostel, Carlee and Andy had sorted out some wine, cheese and crusty bread for a late evening snack, a perfect way to finish the day.
... night's sleep. The next day we started to journey through the desert. Completely contrasting landscape to the salt flats and equally as breathtaking. We reached a series of incredible high altitude lakes (around 4000m above sea level). The lakes are different colours depending on the minerals and algae. Our favourite was the wine coloured lagoon which the flamingoes also seemed to enjoy. There were hundreds of them! After a delicious lunch next to the lagoon, we did a lot ...