Parina Atacama Apart Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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... the earth's surface- for commercial profit; and how such licenses threatened the very extinction of El Tatio geyser field. Many geyser fields, he concluded, had already died. I looked at the billowing columns of steam and hissing water and tried to picture empty, quiet holes in their place. I thought about the way that naive, invasive human intervention was, in places all around the world, unwinding in a matter of years these complex geological processes that ...
... our bikes are. To the west, the huge dune stretches out; undulating, velvety, somehow peaceful and threatening all at once. A sunny smile that is secretly filled with darkness. Before us, the unique rock formations of the valley spring into view; huge, red prongs of clay lined with distinctive bands of white salt. I can't stop taking pictures, even though the wind on the narrow ridge is so ferocious that balancing is difficult. We come to an outcrop of rock and stare in ...
... We decided to drop our laundry into a shop first, in which we did and getting told we would get it back the following evening. Well that is what we gathered with our limited Spanish. We went to a restaurant next door and completely ignored the set menu, which was a disadvantage to us. We picked our main meals and whilst we waited we figured out it was cheaper and more popular to go for the set menus. Well come on now, a three course meal for only 4000 pesos was cheap! Chile is ...
... sold us the dollars yesterday and was happy to help out. This was a massive relief as we had started to become very suspicious of the tatty looking 100. We were just putting on sun lotion when Lukas and Sonja arrived in advance of our afternoon outing. Hopping into the van, we met our guide, who drove us to the entrance of the Valle de la Luna. Here, after we had paid our entrance fee, he gave us a brief overview of the mountains on the horizon. Many of ...
... hour goes on and we are getting further and further out into no mans land. We come across what looks like a split in the road and toss up which way to go. We have differing opinions, but we head off and start to peel around a massive cliff face. But we kick on and things are starting to look a bit rough now. We decide that if we get nowhere within half an hour, we will turn around and make the long trip back up the mountain to the tunnel. The mountain seems to go ...