Tierra Atacama Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... 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.
... it was nothing more than meaningless babble to us but his energy was infectious and he put us all in great humour. The bus we had intended to get up to San Pedro de Atacama (which is right on the border with Bolivia) was full so we got the only alternative available. That alternative being 3 seats beside the toilet on a really cramped bus. We braced ourselves for what the next 24 hours had in store. We had horribly **** seats and it just dragged on and on. ...
... clothes becoming more and more rigid. We met two English women, Jessica and Fiona, who live near Oxford on the route that Ben has often taken when driving to see family in Reading. They were very mellow and great company. There was an opportunity to take a shower in the hut before we piled back onto the bus for an hour's drive back. A couple of miles outside of San Pedro, we pulled over to the side of the road to look over the valley as the sun set. As with so many views in this region, ...
... we visited a massive area filled with geysers, all of varying sizes. Because of the time of day and the altitude it was really cold. At the geysers they also have a hot spring bath. Feeling brave we used the very cold changing rooms and changed into our swimming stuff and optimistically hopped in only to find that they weren't actually that warm. If you moved around the pool you would stumble upon an area where a hot spring was and ...
... figure out where we are, and can see very small dots slowly moving along. It looks like cars on a road and I realise it must be the road that links Calama and San Pedro. So we decide to ride on and get to the road. Another half an hour to 45 minutes goes by and we are only just starting to make out the cars and trucks as they zoom past and Leesh is starting to feel a bit average. Her stomach pain is not helping her riding and is starting to struggle. But we eventually get ...