Parina Atacama Apart Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Parina Atacama Apart Hotel San Pedro de Atacama
Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... delighted to have found the warmth until you trod on it and ended up burning your foot! Needless to say, we didn't last very long and were quickly out and putting back on our very many layers. Once back at the hostel, we wandered around San Pedro, talked to some companies about the Bolivian Salt Flat tours as we will be back in a few weeks to do this and then headed to the very small but cute bus station to catch a night bus down to La ...
... pain in his calf and his hamstring rip!! Ouch!!!!
We got to our hostel, dropped our stuff, Oli rested his leg and I went in search of first aid provisions. I managed to find a cold compress that he could use every couple of hours, so unfortunately instead of heading out to explore Oli had to stay rested for our only two days in San Pedro.
By our last evening Oli was able to hobble a bit ...
We wake up around 0800 after a pretty average night sleep. A rogue mozzie had found its way into our room and kept me awake a few hours and kept Leesh up for a small amount of time too. But we head out and have the usual breakfast and slam down some caffeine. We have a few hours to kill today until our bus departs for Santiago. We decide to kick off the dust in our runners and go for a quick lung tickler through the roads we had ridden along yesterday. ...
... he goes to the hostel with me, and are helped to Internet access, to get in contact with her. The night porter is very helpful, and gets me water and my bed, even if it is just past 6 am. Some guest are starting to get up before early morning excursions. I need to pour water in my drinking bottle, and I need to Wright the others. While I pour the water, something release inside my body. I shake all over, and tears starts to run down my cheeks. I am so sad and so relived at the same ...
... and missing the normality and stability/simplicity of home life (minus the work!) which is just long term travelling I suppose.
We decided we needed some solid time in one place to settle a little, do some work, catch up with emails etc. We caught the bus to Valparaiso 2 hrs west of Santiago. Famed for it’s maze of steep, wildly colourful, labyrinthine streets, chaotically crowded together on vertiginous hillsides and serviced by 15 ancient funiculars, it ...