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Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... the loop and spending the extra day in the Bolivian national park. But it is what it is and so we sit in the sun about to go and have an Austral cervesa our favourite beer from Chile and enjoy the sun while it lasts. So chatting to some of the locals we found out that it has snowed here twice in the last 48 years. The once sun drenched mountains are now covered in snow and the left over snow is still 3 days later sitting in the shade. You can easily spot the areas that are never in the ...
... scientific facts about the stars etc, and we were given the opportunity to look through the state of the art telescopes at some famous stars and planets. My favourite was Saturn - you could even see the rings around it, while Nayan's was the sunningly lit Omega cluster. We also saw Mars, the Scorpio constellation, the Southern Cross, the Antares Red Star (due to wipe out our solar system in 300 million years!!) and ...
Hello from Argentina!! I really can't believe the amount of distance I have covered now in the month since I left Cusco and not a single flight (yet!)!! So, San Pedro de Atacama! It was so unexpectedly amazing... I was expecting to only stay a night but it was so lovely there I had to stay longer - and so much to do as well! Because it was Easter weekend half of Chile had come up for their holiday, so it had a really good holiday feel about it which ...
A bit of everything to finish off our visit to San Pedro de Atacama culture, exercise and leisure. Off to Tulor first, the site of early settlers, before the hippies in about 800 BC. The place was deserted but for the gardener who greeted us with a cheery "hola" and beckoned us into the nearest hut. With expectations of the regular lecture, we peered into the gloom, to see a young teenage boy with a big beam on his face. "Ah, English?" he said. We agreed. He held up his hand for ...
... we headed back to hunt for food in San Pedro. One of the restaurants (Carmen's) in our guide was described as serving homemade hearty food and it certainly was. We also ordered 2 pineapple juices "2? They're very large" "yes, 2 please we're very thirsty". 2 jugs (roughly 1.5 pints each) of freshly squeezed pineapple juice arrived, though I have to say, we did drink them as they were the best fruit juice I'd ever had - but we had to forgo dessert. Nice one ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking