Hosteria San Pedro de Atacama
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... and headed back to the hostel where we had the best sleep so far of the trip and I think the beds and pillows in Hostel Laskar are serious contenders for being the most comfy too! After waking up in Bolivia that morning we were now going to sleep in Chile, a very weird feeling!
Day 2 -
We woke up around 9 and reluctantly got out of our warm and comfy beds. We packed away our things, had cereal bars for breakfast and sat in the sun waiting for ...
... 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 ...
... idea of luring men only into cafes with waitresses in short shirts, low cut tops and high heels, nightclub style. There is defintely something odd (and horribly sexist) about seeing this scene in the morning on the high street, the men propping up the bar drinking coffee not alcohol.
PS In Santiago my phone was stolen. If I had your mobile phone number I have now lost it. Could you please email it to me? Thanks.
... the views were fantastic. We exited the valley in the dark and parked up just outside the entrance for our first night of wild camping. It was strange but fun to be sleeping in such a remote location. The night time drive had highlighted a broken sidelight, so we were back in town the next day for more work on the van. We lost a few hours but by the afternoon we were climbing north from San Pedro to the thermal pools. More amazing views on the way and looking back you got a ...