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Alison: San Pedro de Atacama was our first stop in Chile and it was a relief to come down to a reasonable altitude. The elevation there is still 2438m but even this was a relief compared to the above 3000m we had become accustomed to! The town itself is pretty small and the main focus is a square in the middle. San Pedro is very popular with both overseas tourists and Chileans because it has lots of nice restaurants and bars and it is also surrounded by even more spectacular ...
... have a short walk through a small part of the
valley. The name is very apt as the colours are so varied and extremely bright.
The main colours are shades of green from copper, red from iron and white from
calcium carbonate and then a mixture of these including purple. The shapes are
also very impressive showing folding from many volcanic eruptions and the
erosion from wind and the small amount of rain ...
... plot line is unbelievably easier to understand than movies with Latin American actors that are made for a Latin American audience. Also, Maze Runner won't be winning any Academy Awards for writing. Still, somehow, the end made no sense to me. I won't spoil it for anyoneChuckdies.
The next morning was the bus to San Pedro de Atacama. The Atacama desert has the driest, most lifeless area on Earth. It's so dry and lifeless, in fact, that NASA has used ...
... of educational instruction concerning the night sky and then we looked at stars, planets, nebulae and the moon in close up. All up, the tour went for about three hours and it was freezing out there in the desert. Poor Joanne was seven months pregnant and endured the whole tour wrapped up like an Eskimo. Now, that's love!! Bed about midnight. Two very tired but excited little ...
We started our bicycle tour at 9am and was planning to go to Quebrada del diablo about 7km away. It was said to be an easy ride that would take us there in an hour or so. Romain was supposed to navigate but he got lost the moment we exit the hostel. (not surprising). We cycled towards the river and crossed it, thinking that was the right way. I read somewhere that we have to cross the river and turn to the street on the right. Somehow, we got complacent and didn't double check the ...