Tierra Atacama Hotel & Spa
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... br> Alan dragged Lucy sandboarding (snowboarding on sand). Turns out Lucy is very good at that too. We were driven 20 minutes from town to Valle de la Muerte (Valley of the Dead) where there is a 150m sand dune. Over a two hour period we boarded down and hiked up the dune, getting very, very sandy and very tired. Great fun and exhausting (no lifts in the desert!).
... forbid the kind of practices carried out in the lithium mine, it seems that the right amount of money allows companies to ignore the rules - with the collusion of some clever political maneuvers performed behind closed doors, of course. In Chile's case, the 1973 Mining Code defines lithium as a "strategic" mineral which prevents regular mining concessions from being granted. However, the constitution allows for private exploitation ...
Our tour from Uyuni across the salt flats and into the Atacama desert ended at the boarder to Chile literally in the middle of no where! We were collected by a minivan that took us to the immigration office to enter Chile in the town of San Pedro. On the approach to this town it looked like many other run down towns we had come across but once we had checked into ...
... trying to explain in another language is near impossible. Luckily the Germans speak good English and the Portuguese picked the rules up quickly even winning a few games! We ate a dinner of lasagne and even had a vegetable soup for starter! Jessie is feeling much better now after some Paracetomal and a nap this afternoon! Were having an early night tonight as were up at 7am tomorrow and the clocks have gone back an hour so sleep is catching up with ...
... last day in the entire country! As if all this wasn't enough, we only have one day left to see the Tatio Geysers and the tour starts at some ridiculous time in the morning because the geysers are better and higher in the cool of early morning. So, It's 4 am and the outside temperature is 7degrees. The tour bus picks us up outside the hotel and we drive some 74 kms in the dark (rising up to about 4300 m altitude in the process!) - arriving ...