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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 …
... in San Pedro de Atacama, we got off the bus to be greeted by a dust bowl. A desert town with ramshackle mud-brick constructed buildings, lots of dogs wandering the streets but otherwise, very little by way of life. Eventually getting to our hotel 'The Altiplanico', it was a very pleasant surprise. The photos on the web don't do it justice. Lovely rustic room, with modern shower, comfy beds with nice sheets, electricity, and sometimes (rarely) wifi. (Update: I take that ...
... got the gist of what we would be doing, where we would be staying and how much it would cost. €200 was what we had been quoted and this lad was charging in and around the same. The kicker with this fella was that he told us there would be 'Muchas chicas bonitas' (basically means hot birds) on the tour he was offering. How he thought we were going to buy that one I'll never know. They all think that the second ...
Guest post by Colton The summits of massive Andean peaks are visible anywhere on the Atacama. We started early today to attempt Sairecapur Volcan at 19,746 ft. Although not enough time to properly acclimate to the elevation, we thought we'd see how far we could go before the affects of altitude set in. We turned around at 18,500 ft. While not a successful summit, the climb did give great views and a chance to improve mountain driving skills ...
... taken them all home if they could. They live off street rubbish - not good - and are on every street corner. Dog poo is a real problem. You’d think there’d be an issue at night with packs but we never had a problem with that, just lots of barking! I don’t know what the answer is to the problem but it ain’t going away fast.
We did our 3 day Spanish course - 6 hours per day of super dooper intensive teaching just the four of us with one ...