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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 …
... very day, what seemed like all of South America's high schools had their yearly excursion to northern Chile. A vast army of teens crawled all over the place, making it difficult to find a reasonably solitary spot for the supposedly spectacular sunset spotting. Difficult, but not impossible, as it were, and quite a few snapshots were taken of the sun setting across the dunes.
The differencies between Chile and Bolivia are bigger than the vast no man's land that distances them. ...
... like a stone building in the middle of a desert with no police etc) we ate breakfast which was just the usual bread, ham and a few biscuits. The weather here was freezing and brought back flashbacks of the Geysers yesterday! As we were at a high altitude again we started using our coca leaves which you basically stick a few in your mouth then chew them and leave them at the back of your mouth for as long as you like, they are really good ...
... up the classic perspective photos which were really funny to watch and then we headed to Fish Island (one of many islands on the lake) which is home to thousands of giant cacti and has one of the best 360 degree views of the salt lake. That night we stayed in the middle of nowhere in a salt hotel (made from salt bricks and equipped with salt brick beds). After a couple of rum and lemonades and a few games of ********, we jumped in our fur lined sleeping bags for a ...
... some weird cold rash on the back of my thighs which made for an unpleasant journey for the rest of the day. We then jumped back on the bus and headed out for the salt flats. Here, they were not really what we were expecting as they weren't vast but then we weren't in Bolivia so it was a bit of a let down. However, we pulled some hilarious pictures as the tour guide kept trying to interrupt us to tell us the alien history of the area. He told ...