Parina Atacama Apart Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
Everything had come together beautifully. From salt storms to blue skies to new moons, from bike odysseys to budget tours to sporadic road trips, I had been permitted to see many faces of San Pedro de Atacama within a relatively short timeframe. I was so grateful for every minute I had spent there; a glorious mess of recollections span through my mind and I felt tired and happy and, for once, for a while at least, entirely satisfied. There ...
... losing sight of my group in the distance. Suddenly it dawned on me that this was not the man's family at all, but his own tour group- and here I was shaking hands with complete strangers as though I thought I was a big deal, like the queen or something. I was so embarrassed I promptly shook the last hands and ran off without looking back. Just as we reached the glacier at Socaire, we walked into a nearby restaurant for our lunch and to warm up a bit. We enjoyed a hot ...
... 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 ...
... own steam have made me feel so much more. After a while I got used to the dynamic and found it fascinating watching such a large number of people interact with something so beautiful, but in reality I would have loved to be one of the 4 cyclists we saw. Those brave people must have got so much more out of that incredible landscape because they had their own schedule and discovered each wonder for themselves, and not without a bit of effort to get there! ...
... were huge and beautiful. The sun was beginning to go down, it wasn't sunset but it was a lovely light. We walked up the dunes and then headed back to where we had left our bikes. We then cycled back to San Pedro before it got dark. We all showered and I was exhausted I nearly fell asleep whilst we all got ready. We went out for a cheap dinner again. We were all exhausted so after dinner we went back and went to sleep. The next morning we did the same as the day before. We went ...