Hosteria San Pedro de Atacama
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... is beautiful. As is the road that cuts through it. For man to have looked upon this in hospitable land and decided to conquer it anyway is a real testement to the pioneer spirit.
We got into SPDA around half six, and it was nearly a further hour before we found a hostel. Don't really know how this happened, as this town is only tour agencies and hostels! The town has a certain charm. It's small and only has ...
4.30am start to climb Laskar volcano...5664m high, active and last eruption 2006. It was a group of 5 of us, Jarnis (Danish), Louisa (German) Mario (chilian) and David our tour guide. We had a 2 hour jeep ride to the volcano. We stopped for breakfast as the sun was rising overlooking a beautiful lake and the volcano we were going to climb. It was a great start as it was an ...
... front, and it felt awkward so I braked harder. The bike tipped up and I went over, leading with my head and right shoulder. Only, I didn't hit the ground with my shoulder because of the sandboard. My hip and knee hit the ground as well, but somehow the sandboard impact spun me around. The bike ended up backward on the road. I took a few seconds to wallow in self-pity and stupidity, then finished removing a big flap of palm that the ground had done its best ...
... desert. Incredible contrast. Think we're still getting used to it. You sweat but there's no moisture on your skin - it's instantly sucked away by this hot, arid air. Chile is thirteen hours behind Brisbane - almost the exact opposite in terms of day and night - and so we've suffered quite noticeable jet lag. Around noon or 1 pm each day, we get very sleepy. Our bodies think it's 1am in the morning! Then, around 10 pm at night, we're raring to ...