Don Raul Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... bikes and went and explored the atacama desert. We went to a place called the devils gorge which turned out to be a mountain bike paradise. I thoroughly enjoyed exploring the difference landscapes but not as much as Steve who was really in his element! Unfortunately I fell off and there is video footage of this. I'm not quite sure how this happened but I managed it! After a few hours riding through the amazing environment we headed back to the ...
A long drive through no man's land, after having technically left Bolivia, brought us to the border into Chile. With all the effeciancy and politeness one would expect from border control people, the first step into the world's most elongated country were made some mere two hours later, and as it had become dark, we got well use of the best invention since sliced bread (the headtorch, that is) when setting camp.
San Pedro de Atacama is located by a natural oasis in one of the ...
... last day in the entire country! As if all this wasn't enough, we only have one day left to see the Tatio Geysers and the tour starts at some ridiculous time in the morning because the geysers are better and higher in the cool of early morning. So, It's 4 am and the outside temperature is 7degrees. The tour bus picks us up outside the hotel and we drive some 74 kms in the dark (rising up to about 4300 m altitude in the process!) - arriving ...
... then going on a scramble though a salt cave. It was narrow, dusty and dark so we needed head torches. The whole thing was made of salt crystals which were smooth to the touch. We then drove to a giant sand dune which we climbed to watch the sunset. The whole place went from red to orange to purple as the light faded.
The next day we headed for the El Tatio Geysers. It was a long drive to get there in the cold and dark and we both fell asleep (we had got up at 3.45). When ...
... there were no people and no one could have kidnapped me. Very relieved I was when she reminded me of the altitude (so my bad lungs wasn't from smoking). When I went for a run, I didn't think about how high I am and if it would be dangerous. For lunch I went into town and had a little stroll around. It's not a very big town and not that much to see. There are only gravel roads but lots of travel ...