Hotel Cumbres San Pedro De Atacama
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With a better pool of staff to select from, this hotel could be excellent, but it appears that due to the remoteness and desert climate in a high altitude, there are issues with this (& probably most others) hotel that are hard to resolve. Still worthwhile staying despite expecting more.
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... saw, stopped by the soft mud covered with salt and continued to the entrance. We heard someone shouting as our rode past but didn't know she was shouting for us. Apparently we missed the entrance and ended up at the exit. As we locked our bicycles, the guard told us we are supposed to go through the entrance and pay 3000 pesos for the entrance. We didn't want to visit the ruins for 3000 and only wanted to see the gate and the head sculpture. He directed us to the entrance of the ...
... the US did that! Here are some of the highlights from the trip.
Laguna Cejar - This lake is as salty as the Dead Sea, so it's super easy to float in. However, since it is winter down here, it was absolutely freezing to jump into it, but definitely worth it. After getting out, we were all completely covered in salt.
Ojos del Salar - These are two random holes filled with fresh water, kinda in the middle of nowhere. The theory ...
... and ask for Philippe.
That afternoon I looked into getting to Pucon from Santiago. I decided to bus from Santiago to Pucon to save some money. My flight from Calama gets into Santiago at 12.50 am so I'll have to book one nights accommodation in Santiago as well. I'm looking foward to getting out of here as it's a bit lonely in this dorm as I've got the whole thing to myself. I suppose I should make the most of it as I'm guessing it's going to be a pretty rare thing in the near future.
... world it is a Pandora's box of thrills and spills into an unknown world and their enthusiasm is infectious.
Outside of San Pedro you enter the desert immediately.The roads are well paved ,giving credence to Chile's reputation as being a first world nation.Having traveled in the Northern Atacama in Bolivar a couple of years ago the contrast in infrastructure is incredible.The roads in Bolivia are a shambles and in the Atacama they are merely ...