Playa Campanario Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Kids pool
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... it was already an excellent day: 'Every morning, I open my eyes and it is an excellent day.' His sincere optimism put us in a very positive frame of mind. We reached the village square moments before our bus and found seats aboard. We were its first passengers. Knowing that we had about two hours' drive ahead of us, we settled down to reading our books, only half noticing other passengers filling the seats around us. On our way out of the Elqui valley, ...
... only fifteen minutes away to escape the hustle and bustle.
We jumped into a taxi and got to our hostel only a block away from the beautiful beach front and set off to find a cash machine that was apparently on a fifteen minute walk away. An hour and a half later, we returned! and thought we deserved a beer. So we relaxed on our lovely balcony had had a few nibbles from the very nice ...
... the room, which was nice because you could actually shut the door to shower and get dressed, as opposed to hopping on one foot behind a shower curtain trying to pull up your pants and inevitably getting them wet.
A side note: we were talking about hostels and privacy with some people in this hostel and a guy told a funny story. He was in a hostel that had two showers side by side with a wall between them, but they shared the same shower curtain. ...
The Atacama Desert is blocked from moisture on both sides, sandwiched between the Andes to the east and the Chilean Coast Range of the west. Some parts receive an average of 1mm of rain per year while other weather stations in the Atacama Desert have never received rain.
Like Pisco, San Pedro is also an eight block town that can be comprehensively explored within a few paces. It is hot in the day and below freezing at night, the air is ...
... the guy who ran the Hostel. He was so lovely. We then caught a taxi to the bus terminal at about 8pm and spend 3 hours there til our first night bus 11.15pm) to Santiago. The bus was gross, and had lots of vapour on the windows - probably due to the quantity of people and cold. Also there was two annoying kids in front of us who did that annoying whining thing. Crying but not actually crying. I managed to sleep a little, but not really that ...