La Rose d'Atacama
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... the map. How stupid. Continuing up hill on the path covered with soft sand wasn't the best idea. It was a test of my perseverance. We finally made it up to the top of Valle del la Muerte after about an hour of pushing and carrying the bicycle through the sand. When we finally step on solid ground, it felt great. We saw a car coming from the opposite direction who told us the main road is 500m forward and when we told him we came from the other way, he had a shocked expression on ...
... aka about 30minutes. South American are always so accurate with time :-) we got some tips on local football games, restaurants, food and drinks from our tour guide on the drive home, apparently we have to try a drink called Terremoto (earthquake in Spanish). Back to our accommodation, we packed, put our shoes in the sun to dry and tried to assess Kate's knee. Verdict=swollen :-p We ordered a taxi to the centre of town as we had no time to walk ...
... made with milk!) around a bonfire. There was a large circular hole in the roof for smoke to exit through, also allowing us to continue looking up at the stars as Les held a Q&A and we sipped our hot cocoa. Les was a fount of knowledge. I used to find astronomy incredibly boring, but I was intrigued by what stargazing in the Atacama would be like, so wanted to give it a go. Now I might be hooked. Arlington County Planetarium date nights, here we ...
... San Pedro was chocked full of people who had intended to but were advised not to go back to Uyuni since the blockade had been tightened and there was limited prospect of being able to leave, with 4WD, planes and trains now all being blockaded too – ridiculous as all it is about is the size and location of the bus terminal!
San Pedro de Atacama is a lovely little desert town with adobe buildings and streets – every effort has been made ...
... ripped off from some previous cataclysmic explosions and from their broken cones plumes of white/yellow sulfurous smoke puff out like lit cigars.There is no snow on the volcanoes and they look menacing in the absolute windless silence of the desert where the vast bowl shaped blue sky highlights their distant silhouettes with deep clarity.They are the guardians of the Atacama and everything that goes on below is watched and noted.
Where the two tectonic plates have split ...