Don Raul Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... hit the Andes in the background. After that we 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 ...
Got a 10 hour bus from Salta and it was good bye to the Lovely Argentina heading to San Pedro Chile. This time i was travelling with 3 new recruits 2 Dutch and a German (Ralph, Joost, Anna) Carl, and Killian. The most annoying thing on the bus is when i hired a car and decided to drive in Salta 2 days ago i didn't realise that the bus will take the same route so i had to see the sights all over again telling people this is where i was 2 days ago. ...
... to San Pedro at midnight so we went to San Pedro. The bus was supposed to leave at 1am but didn't end up leaving until 2, then when we arrived at the border we had to wait until 8am for it to open and then we sat there for another couple of hours. We went inside and got our stamps etc then had to wait another hour for them to turn on the bag scanner and scan our bags. It was a long night. We really wanted to do the salt flats with our friends but we fear it may not actually be as good ...
... speculated to have been filmed. We climbed a huge sand dune to watch the sun set over moon valley. It was beautiful but I must admit I found the climb up scary as it was all rocks and big drops so I only made it so far before I had to cling on and be helped back! I am no mountain goat for sure. We spent our evening on an astronomical tour. Atacama is known as one of the best places in the world for star gazing due to its isolation and high altitude. We sat with some huge telescopes ...
... meets the underground magma. The boiling effect causes water and steam eruptions from the fumaroles.
The journey was an hour and half from San Pedro by mini van and a ascent from 2407 metres to 4320 metres; my first experience of high altitude. In the van I was aware that my breathing had changed but it wasn't until we arrived that I began to feel feverish and nauseous. The temperature outside was -12 degrees yet I was stripping off. Within 10 minutes I ...