Hotel Astronomico Elqui Domos
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pisco Elqui
... to abandon La Serena and head towards Vicuña stopping to book another hostel on the way. Our torturous day was not yet at an end as we continued to drive in vain in search of our hostel in the pitch black. I was nearing hysteria and Lee looked battered, thank god for my wonderful calm daughter who told us to pull over to a hotel she had spotted up ahead. Through the magic of Google translate (my extensive grasp of Spanish failing me at this stressful moment!) we were ...
... markets we have visited recently have been full of quickly produced leather goods. We settled for a packet of herbal tea, which we have since had and is very good. In the dry afternoon, under a deep blue sky, we continued along the riverside road, crossing the bridge and exchanging 'holas' with locals. Up a short but steep slope, we came to a secluded restaurant with bright flags flying out front, where we started with a cool papaya juice. There was only one other ...
... Mum and dad both had their cameras out and were competing over who could take the best photos as we drove. I won the bet we'd started on leaving la Serena about what time we'd arrive at the hostel (8.50pm) but this dissolved in a fight over whether winning meant you got a free round of pisco sours or had to buy everyone a pisco sour. Apparently lots of hippies moved to vicuna before December 2012 as apparently when the world ended you'd be ...
Having spent several days exploring the area from a very comfortable campsite in Vicuna, we moved higher up the valley to Pisco Elqui, for Christmas. Here we found a delightful small hostel, with comfortable accommodation, a beautiful garden and stunning swimming pool. The hotel is owned by two young German ladies who invited the guests to join with them, and their families, for a traditional German fondue on Christmas Eve. Twenty-four of us, of five ...
... much as
I trust Tim’s driving I’m still a little scared when I’m not in control. I
could see Yves’ terror a few times as we crossed little bridges over dry
streambeds which had no indication if they could handle the truck’s weight.
Hacienda Los Andes is gorgeous! It’s just what you’d imagine
of a rural retreat in a green agricultural valley in dry country where you pretend
to experience the life of colonial ...