Parina Atacama Apart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... what they know because they study and they bring their children up, teaching them how to study (at home) as well. It’s so great. If you ever wonder how they are so motivated to get out there every weekend and knock on people’s doors, I believe it’s because they spend hours studying and they are excited about what they know. Church? Hello lights? I can’t get nobody to talk back to me. (in my ...
... desert, rooms had broken glasses and i knew i was gonna freeze to death as desert temperatures can go up to -15 degrees. We were only allowed light for 2 hours as everything was run by generators. Had our dinner and went to bed with all the clothes on from my back pack and i had thermals but it was still freezing. I put my bottle of water down in our room and when i woke up in the middle of the night it was half frozen thats how cold it ...
... the roads are absolutely terrible in many places and the signage isn't much better. We saw one or two independent groups during our time, and I don't think they could be as ambitious or see as much as we managed to by booking tours. Still, we already felt slightly "toured out" after our first full day (12.5 hours on the two tours).
We had much more to see, though, so we were up before dawn the next day, as well. This time, we were off to visit ...
... an under armour shirt, long sleeve t shirt, hoodie, fleece jacket, gloves, ear warmers, and a hat, and I was still kinda cold. We drove about 2.5 hours to an altitude of around 11,000 feet, on not the greatest quality of roads, to see some steam coming out of the ground. I wasn't very impressed.
Valle de la Luna - This tour in the afternoon definitely made up for the lame one from the morning. We started off this tour going through a cave. This ...
... got changed for our tour. Still not sure what to expect we ended up in a group of 7 plus our guide and driver who was driving like a maniac and only slowed down when we ended up in a sandstorm with less than 2 meters of sight. When we got to the first stop the harsh reality of tourist tours settled in as there were full buses as well as countless other vans overflowing with other tourists that all had to pay extra money to enter the area around the ...