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The Internet disappeared so I didn't finish yesterday's blog. We spent a brief time settling in when we got here, then had a meal in the hotel restaurant, which is very good, before being picked up for our first tour from San Pedro. Once again it was a shared tour but our guide Ivan,(Eevan), was great and the other four people were a group of …
... get the full effect of the floating you need to be in the deepest part... it was freezing so floating on your back was the last thing you felt like doing but we did... I can't say I felt that light but I know I felt cold and the water looked dark and you felt like some mystical creature might appear at any minute, of course this is not going to happen as nothing can live in this high concentration of salt. When we got out our skin ...
... night's sleep. The next day we started to journey through the desert. Completely contrasting landscape to the salt flats and equally as breathtaking. We reached a series of incredible high altitude lakes (around 4000m above sea level). The lakes are different colours depending on the minerals and algae. Our favourite was the wine coloured lagoon which the flamingoes also seemed to enjoy. There were hundreds of them! After a delicious lunch next to the lagoon, we did a lot ...
The journey seems to take forever as we are all tired and still feeling a little nauseous from the flight.We arrive at Calama airport which is closed due to the weather,the bus gets stuck in the snow and is wheel spinning so we all pile out and grab our bags and make our way onto another bus which is heading down town.We are dropped off in a dark street and within minutes as promised the taxi arrives for us and the four of us crush our selves into ...
... As the name suggests, this basically involves sliding down a sand dune on a snowboard. And Phil and I are adventurous types... After working out if I rode a board "goofy" or "regular" (for the record, Phil was "goofy". Exactly) we trekked to the top of the dune and attempted to slide back down it. Our group contained several beginners and my first run saw me spend more time on my backside than upright. But you simply dust yourself down and give it another go. The hardest ...