Hotel Antofagasta

Address: Balmaceda 2575, Antofagasta, Chile | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Balmaceda 2575, Antofagasta, is near El Tatio, Salar de Atacama, and Pan de Azucar National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Antofagasta

    Unusual Rain

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Aug 09, 2015

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    ... of dear old Blighty- where the heavens insist upon opening practically every day- this notion that rain could be so destructive, so extraordinary, was fairly novel. Fast forward a few months and I witnessed firsthand the effect of rain in this part of the region. The first I heard of it was from one of my colleagues in the English department on Thursday. They say it is going to rain this weekend, she said to me, her eyes wide. Be careful! She added ominously. The next omen came ...

    Crime Spree

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jul 25, 2015

    ... inflicted by organised systems of fear, especially when such systems endure for many years, run deep; they can have knock-on effects that are perhaps mitigated, but not entirely eradicated, within subsequent generations. Some Chilenos have spoken to me self-deprecatingly and wryly about the reputation of their countrymen abroad. Don't all Europeans think Chilenos are 'ladrones'- thieves- because complacency and corruption were so rife during the Pinochet era? They ask ...

    Temblor de Tierra

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jul 12, 2015

    ... all of this. Flooding, earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis- Chile is a staggeringly beautiful land where natural disasters occur frequently. The people here do not let the fear of what might happen rule their lives. They get on with the business of living life today. And yesterday, I was back at my campamento teaching English and my songs of praise. True to my promise, I was well-rested and bright-eyed and, though still a terrible singer, at least my voice was merely ...

    Where The Community Lives

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jun 22, 2015

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    ... that makes us afraid and suspicious and unadventurous. And yet so many people in this world have so little, they live with huge, inescapable problems, hunger, insufficient shelter, cyclic poverty. And yet in a way it is they who remain free from this malaise, this serfdom of today, because they are not eaten inside out by this same numbing fear. Increasingly, people in developed societies live in seemingly fake, digital worlds, plugged in to pieces ...

    Rusty Hammers and Electric Underwear

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jun 07, 2015

    ... at me. It was a beautiful morning, sunny but not too hot. Just before we left, we paused a while to listen to a Japanese troubadour. He had a delicate face, floppy hair and was singing a soft, romantic song. His cardboard sign was scrawled with details of his Facebook page and his CDs were in sleeves the colour of butter. He was such an unlikely sight, singing there in the middle of this sprawling, Chilean market so far from the beaten trails of conventional South American tourists. ...