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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      When you deviate from the plan...

      A travel blog entry by bryan.welton on Mar 28, 2015

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      ... be one of the stand-out memories from this trip. Valley de la luna (with Tim): Watching the sun set over the 'moon valley' is a right of passage when visiting San Pedro. Several scenes from the recent Star Wars movies were set in this peculiar yet beautiful landscape. Salar de Tara with (with Jamie): With a day to kill, I journeyed further into the Los Flamencos National Reserve, reaching heights of 4000m+, temperatures of -2 degrees, and in the company of volcanoes and wild ...

      Ready to go again

      A travel blog entry by zal1981 on Mar 09, 2015

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      ... if things go well. I have planned a route about most of which I have good amounts of information, so hope to avoid the worst roads and be able to find food and water where there is any. The bus journey to San Pedro did not improve. Scrub gave way to night which turned into desert at dawn. I slept a bit, but was woken at 6 to be told we were swapping buses, despite this being supposed to be a direct service. I disembarked and took my heavy luggage off, only to be told ...

      Laguna Cajar

      A travel blog entry by steveclark on Feb 21, 2015

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      Up early to get cycling, after breakkie we were at the hire by 9am and got the bikes for our remaining 6 hours. After cycling about 10 minutes out of town it became a barren wasteland with nothing but the road. Luckily it was cool but I was going to get harder in the heat. We cycled for ages, it was 18km to the lagoon and It really started to feel like it. We were kept entertained by playing some tunes of my ...

      Not so Chilly Chile and Atacama desert punctures

      A travel blog entry by lisaworldwide on Jan 30, 2015

      ... after we left San Pedro. Fortunately our hostel was lovely and we enjoyed a great blues/jazz festival in the beachfront. From here we'll spend a couple of days exploring the Elqui valley by bike before we head to Chile's capital - Santiago! Transport: San Pedro - La Serena (15hrs unless you break down) Accommodation: Air Bnb (San Pedro) El Punto ( la serena) - great friendly find. Donde Rite (Vicuna) - lovely homely ...

      Into the Wild West

      A travel blog entry by pocomonoloco on Jan 28, 2015

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      ... sky and a circular rainbow. On the way back to San Pedro we stopped at a small indigenous town and tried Llama kebabs. The local villages are actually dieing out. One has a population of only 2 people in their 80's, as the young people born into these communities now move away. In the afternoon we went to moon valley. We had heard mixed reports as to people who loved or thought it was naff. For me it was my first time to see such a varied landscape, it really did ...