Lodge La Aldea

Address: Ckilapana #69 B Solcor, San Pedro de Atacama, 1410000, Chile | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Ckilapana #69 B Solcor, San Pedro de Atacama.
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      ... break every time I got to the top before I went down haha! We also went to some lagoons which had really high salt content (like the Dead Sea but slightly less, 4 times more than the Pacific I think). It was really funny because whenever you tried to move, your legs just popped up behind you!! On the last evening, it rained A LOT. The Atacama is known as the driest desert in the world because in some parts (note the "in some parts") it hasn't rained for over 250 years. The ...

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      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 28, 2014

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      ... town racing to cash in on a tourist industry growing by leaps and bounds; the questionable practices of the mining industry - often operating in the shadow of popular tourist destinations such as San Pedro de Atacama - in a country laden with valuable resources that stresses the importance of “the Economy” and the merits of growth for the sake of being inaugurated into the so-called ‘first world’; or the ...

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      A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Dec 01, 2014

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      ... take us about 30-40 minutes to get there, then maybe a hour to climb to a good enough height to watch the sunset. Boy were we wrong. After walking along a crumbling unused old road for about an hour, the mountains still weren't looking any closer. It turns out the small mountain range and little volcano were actually giants (>5000 metres) way off in the distance. As the sun set we'd hardly made a dint in our walk to the ...

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      A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Nov 28, 2014

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      ... to was telling me to get to their office in town asap as that was the only solution. His English was as good as my Spanish which didnīt help. Youknow how i feel about mornings so having a row with a tour operator isnīt ideal and it is so much more difficult to be really cutting when not speaking in your first language.And of course i needed something from him so i had to try and play it nicely when i was absolutely lived adnslightly ...