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... at a tiny town of 7 permanent residents who live here
simply to serve the tourists. We bought a skewer of llama meat which was a nice
snack. The adobe houses have thatched roofs made of the local alpine grass
which is a yellow colour and the same roof adorns the unusual small village
church. We were very pleased with this tour but when we got back to the hostel
we were really tired both from the early start and the heat of the middle of
the day ...
... br> 8: Profit.
I was able to carefully place my bones in the holes in the grid while laying on my side. My hip had its place in the middle, my knee down 2 and right 1, and my ankles down 2 and left 1. My ribcage was up 2 from my hip, and my shoulder up another 2. I could sleep in tolerable pain so long as I didn't move.
I got out of bed briefly to buy a bus ticket with Terrance to Chile at 4 AM the next morning. I got out of bed again to ...
... so you have to fill in each one.... ok, discover that what is actually going on is the Argentina side and the Chile side are together in the same room but you can't tell the separate counters!!!!!!. We work it out more form filling!!!! OK finish the form filling, lining up into different line to another then it comes to customs... more form filling... do they want to search our luggage.. they can't decide...waiting waiting .... ...
... were caused by meteor strikes. Some of the people in our group jumped into these ones too, but by that point the wind was blowing strongly and it was just too cold for me!
Geyser del Tatio - I'll have to be honest and say this tour definitely wasn't worth it to me. We got up around 4am to head up to see the geysers. We were warned it would be super cold so to dress warmly. To give you an idea, I wore three pairs of socks, two pairs of ...
... it accidentally stepped out onto some ice. The whole bus was in fits. There was also a natural hot spring running through the middle of the gorge that you could swim in if you wanted. We also stopped at a little town called Machuca, saw flamingos in one of the frozen lakes nearby, and stopped for a view down onto the plain where San Pedro is. The guide was awesome and would stop the van on the side of the road and grab rubbish if he saw it. If anyone's going to the gysers go with ...