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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to was telling me to get to their office in town asap as that was the only solution. His English was as good as my Spanish which didnīt help. Youknow how i feel about mornings so having a row with a tour operator isnīt ideal and it is so much more difficult to be really cutting when not speaking in your first language.And of course i needed something from him so i had to try and play it nicely when i was absolutely lived adnslightly ...
I had a really quiet day today, but it was great! I was in a really good mood from the moment I woke up, and everything just seemed to work out how I wanted it to today. I moved from my hostel over to my new one, called Hostal Atacama North. I walked through what looked like a pretty rough area, and I was worried that my hostel was going to be in the middle of it. Luckily, I turned a corner, and I was on a pretty ...
... began to drop.
A little further up the road was a rock formation "Tres Marias" (The Three Marys), named again by the Belgian priest, because the rocks resembled the Virgin Mary praying in three different positions. The third 'statue' is now missing its head after it was knocked off by Chilean tourist who climbed up for photo.
We walked down the road from Tres Marias through the area called Crater of Moon - there was a huge rock ...
... to the name association) were ace. We were a little disconcerted by the lack of seat belts in our Jeep but Wilson (despite his age) was the most careful driver on the salt flats and in a show of solidarity, they left their seat belts unbuckled too! We started with a visit to a train graveyard where dozens of rusting trains were abandoned following one of Bolivia's many wars (a recurring theme). It's a really weird place but we had tons of fun climbing aboard and praying ...