Don Raul Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... the universe, casually, ironically, like in a Douglas Adams novel. Everyone shuddered awake as we approached the Geyser park and our guide moved between us collecting our entrance fees. He looked surprised when I handed him the correct money for a foreigner ticket. Extranjera, I murmured. A few minutes later, we parked at the edge of the geyser field and filed off the bus. The guide asked me briefly what country I was from. When I told him, he shook his ...
... and a freedom that are equally perfect and whole and forever. I pass from light to shadow, the sun is warm on my skin, and, laughing, I am caught up in a huge gang of local boys all riding their bikes out somewhere into the wilderness. I want to follow them, ride bikes for the rest of my days, never look back, but too soon they pull ahead and I am left behind. Fred tells me my seat needs to be higher to get more power. We pause by the roadside to make final adjustments and then ...
... of San Pedro, a sudden bang awoke the sleepy passengers - a flat tyre! Other passengers flooded into another tour bus which had stopped to help, but we couldn't squeeze on and so we ended up watching the driver and guide struggle replace the tyre.
Yet again, a brilliant morning marvelling at the stunning scenery around San Pedro. It was fast becoming one of our favourite travel spots.
The afternoon was a chilled one spent preparing for the Bolivia tour kicking off the next ...
... this really is not the safest place to be. I do think perhaps someone should have warned San Pedro that the McGuinnesses were coming, seeing as we usually attract abnormal weather patterns wherever we go and major storms were therefore likely. I think we could be the answer to water shortages all over the world - invite us over to your dry spot and we’ll make it rain for you.
Anyway as the storm continued we pulled into San Pedro, by this time the roads of ...
... It was already getting close to 7 so we went to lookout point climbed a dune to watch the sunset. Really pretty. Then we tried to rush to get back before dark as we had no lights on he bike but I struggled because one my helmet was loose and also I needed to pee! I got behind everyone as it was downhill and I don't like going fast! But they waited at entrance but I still couldn't keep up with front three. So had to cycle on own and rower scary as dark now. A big ...