Tierra Atacama Hotel & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... more robust quesadilla followed by a huge pork chop with merken (a smoked chili powder). We were both feeling pretty full but managed to eat the flan that was brought out for dessert. David also managed to sample some Chilean beers, Austral from Patagonia and Kunstmann from Valdivia. After the relatively plain dishes, albeit tasty, in Bolivia, it was a gastronomic delight - a stunning meal for next to nothing.
After lunch we walked back to the hostel via the ...
... and between the fleece sheets in preparation for a cold night.
There were no other tourists at this hostel because most tourists head for a border crossing in the morning, we wanted an easy day though. There were lots of trucks passing by and jeeps would stop by for the drivers to come in for a bit and then disappear again.
Martha meanwhile was cooking up a mean spaghetti bolognase and even had a bottle of red wine for us because it was our last night.
... of the Andes in the lakes. The area is really quiet, if we just stood still and listened there would be absolutely nothing to hear..weird.
Then we travelled to Languna Cejar which is a sink hole lake it has a very high concentration of salt and this is where we went for a swim. We set up a table and had cocktails made with a type of whiskey made out of grapes, bitters, lemon juice and it sure has a kick then into the water we ...
... an hour into the trek our guide informed us he was heading back to grab the car and he would meet us on the other side. He told us that the dog knew the trail so just follow her and it would be easy! No worries champ! What ensued was a calamity of cactus falls, wrong turns and pushing the term 'rock climbing' to the limit as we made leaps bounds and jumps across rivers, rock faces and other odd situations. One situation was particularly bad as we reached a ...
... She fainted next to the best person on the bus, Josie, a doctor. I know right. So cool. She had this situation under control. I wouldn't know what to do, probably pat her on her shoulder and say are you okay, no idea. Crossing the boarder into chile, getting our bags x-rayed. I don't know what it was this time, I didn't even have a beard. It must of been my skinny head with my big jacket, it just didn't go. They picked ...