Hotel Cumbres San Pedro De Atacama
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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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... they want! At that point i really hated South America and my mind was whirling with what i would do as i had forward booked a few hotels and buses.
Anyway after 15 minutes of anxiety he did end up sending a driver for me (the driver who didnīt pick me up and had told the office that he couldnīt manouver the van down the street of my hotel) who was saying "rapido rapido" to me. And then spent the next 10 minutes on the drive ...
I got up this morning just before my alarm went off at 4:15am. I packed up my few things and was sitting at the breakfast table at 4:28am. We were meant to have breakfast at 4:30am and leave at 5am. The inconsiderate group I’m with decided not to wake up until 4:30am and then were not ready to go until 5:20am. I hate waiting for people who are just rude. If you have a valid excuse, then fair enough, but they are just lazy. And ...
... to come back to the country in your lifetime. Neighbouring countries look for the exit stamp before giving you an entry into their country. It was a painless process and for a meager, but unofficial, Bs.15 we were given an exit stamp in our passports.
We had to wait for our Chilean bus to turn up and Juan Carlos hung around to make sure our luggage was loaded and we had our seats allocated. We said our goodbyes and let Juan Carlos and Martha get on ...
... past incredible rock formations and semi-active volcanoes impressively smoking away! The last stop of the day was at a field of volcanic craters, complete with bubbling liquid and jets of steam thanks to the geothermal heat of nearby volcanoes. It was really cool (or hot depending on where you stood) and we were warned not to accidentally fall into a crater as some are 200 degrees centigrade! At night we reached our hostel - even further in the middle of nowhere! ...