Refugio Misterios de Elqui
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Day 217 It was still gloomy when Ben woke up at eight, with the sun not yet kissing even the mountaintops. He sat with is back to the window and read for a bit. We received lots of messages from friends and family in the UK concerned that we might be uncomfortably close to the spectacular volcanic eruptions that have taken place in Chile over the past few hours. We are many hundreds of miles away and very safe. After checking out of our cabin and handing back ...
... atop the summit of one peak. Stretching along the lower slopes of the mountains, perhaps fifty metres up from the valley floor, is a tree line. This is a mystery to us as yet; we don't know why it came to be there. It was late afternoon by now and we hadn't eaten since breakfast so we made some quinoa, smashing a glass during the process. We were all washed up before Marco, the guy who runs the guesthouse, came to introduce himself. He was very friendly and made us ...
... night in Chile took us on a 18 hour overnight bus, heading South towards the capital Santiago. We thought we would break the 23 hour journey to Santiago up by stopping mid way down at the beach town of La Serena. When we arrived in La Serena however it wasn't quite the beach setting we had imagined, with the city being at least a half hour walk from the beach. The weather wasn't also quite living up to beach weather so we spent the first couple of days lounging around the ...
... back to the hostel only to find that someone has parked us in - unfortunate for our early getaway tomorrow, but we were promised that we would not be delayed since it is the woman from next door and she is an early riser. I tried to get on the internet but it went out before I could connect with anything. I uploaded my photos and am doing this blog on wordpad and now Astrid has turned off her light so it is time for me to finish.
... looking at different constellations and stars though, to be honest, it was pretty difficult to tell the difference between a orange star and a red star - they all looked pretty similar to me though you could just make out the differences... on some of them... After getting an unexpectdly good demonstration in nazca I felt that this did not offer much more but was still a fun experience in ...
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