Lodge La Aldea
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
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... may technically be wifi, but there must be a 56k modem behind it). Wednesday 29th. Shona has the start of a cold. Damned buses. 4:30am start to get a tour to the Il Tatio geysers. We drive for about an hour, arriving at the geysers in pitch darkness. It's -7 and we're at 14,300 ft. We didn't bring warm enough gloves. We get off the bus for some breakfast, a welcome coffee and some sweet things. Dawn starts to break over the surrounding mountains. The steam from 80 geysers ...
... but ends in probably the best colours I have witnessed. This is taken in complete with the lovely Emily, some Chilean pisco sours, crinkle chips and a sol. Sun set we head back to the town where I do any male friends proud having a litre of beer, pizza and watching Colombia vs Argentina in the ongoing South American cup. After a tense match, on seven penalties Argentina sneak a win, which I am pleased about as the semis will be on ...
... the word 'chicas' you will be sold. His entire sales pitch was based on the premise that if we went with his agency there would be sure to be plenty of beautiful women. At the time we were under absolutely no illusions that there wouldn't be any women but even if there had been it's not as if we were going to try and pull them. We would be in the middle of a freezing cold desert visiting the sites dressed in **** ...
... long, sharp, elegantly formed crystals projecting out into the solution in their millions. Deciding to risk the disapproval of our guide and the sting of the salt water, Ben stood at the edge of the pool before allowing himself to topple rigidly backwards into the liquid with an almighty splash. The water that made it up his nose burned, but it was worth it. By the time he emerged (still wearing his t-shirt to prevent sunburn) he looked ridiculous, his skin covered in trails of salt ...
... stick shift. As we returned to San Pedro we descended through varied terrain that combined desert and lush oases with grand rock formations. Sunset at Valle de la Luna was a grand symphony of nature and one of the most beautiful sights I have ever seen. As the sun set it first lit the white salt and sienna rocks of the canyon. Not to be outdone, the volcanoes began to glow red in the distance followed by the verdant altiplano and gleaming ...