Hotel Poblado Kimal
Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... I try comforting her and psyched her up for walking to the end of the canyon. At least our trusty dog guide was ok-just freezing from the river. Kate struggled and limbed the whole way back. Our guide Paulo met up with us. He obviously felt really bad, offering Kate a bandaid or something, which would do nothing. By this stage our shoes were soaked thanks to some more river crossings. Kate pushed through the pain as we walked 10 South American minutes to ...
... br> The next day was a bonus day in San Pedro. There were no daytime buses to our next destination, so we had a day to kill around town. We spent the morning catching up on work and the blog around our hostel, but had to check out at 11 a.m. We meandered into town for empanadas and ice cream, which we ate in San Pedro's main square. (Finally, on our fourth day, we made it to the main square--we'd been only about two storefronts away on multiple occasions, ...
... I keep choosing extreme tours during the most horrific weather! I like to push myself until I can be pushed no more to try to beat what I think I cannot do. This bike ride was nothing short of miserable. It wasn't just the opposite of leisurely, it doesn't fit in the opposite category. More extreme. Okay, I'm being dramatic. There was another group of cyclists who were slow like me but they kept going. They were clearly part 22 years old, part ...
... half as scary as expected, in shops for instance, where I had to buy an adaptor as didn’t know they had round 2 prong plugs here, for less than £1 and a bottle of decent Chilean red for less than £2!
Was hoping, after all chores done and money changed to lie in the hammocks outside and enjoy a cold beer but even at only 3500m it was too cold by 4pm for shorts and t shirts and took a while to find the one beer shop – the drunken ...
... in formation.Here as far as the eye could see and spread between the volcanoes was a white and yellow diamond carpet of crystallized salt that through the evaporation process and the underlying water table had formed ever growing salt piles in shapes that defy all geometrical teachings.The salt Crystal's lie densely side by side for umpteen kilometers about thirty centimeters in height.If you were to attempt to cross them your boot soles would be cut to shreds in minutes such ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility