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... quicker. The guy spent five minutes figuring out an iPhone.
We stopped for a coffee (or pisco sour) break and I thought and hoped that was it. The early start had caught up with me, the thing had started an hour later, plus it was cold and as the group size was 15 not the 'maximum' ten I'd spent enough time hanging around. Instead the main dude (I'd heard him referred to as 'professor' but that doesn't sit right) started ...
trip for today set out at the sensible time of 8am. We were going to an area
called the Rainbow Valley which was an hour and a ½ drive from Atacama. The
guide was the same girl we had for the afternoon trip to the Luna Valley and
she spoke very good English. We stopped at a lookout point just out of town to
see the 3 surrounding mountain ranges which include the Andes. From this point
... helping out asked if I was him.
What I should have said: "Yeah, so this jersey is going to be free."
What I did said: "Haha... no."
The evening plan was to see a movie. Terrance and I settled on Maze Runner. While his Spanish is functional in most day to day operations, a movie is a different story. We figured it would be pretty easy for him to understand the pictures and intense situations.
I have to say, a dubbed movie with ...
... is a brightly coloured tour operator shop or a bar or a restaurant. At night, it really goes off here. We're pretty secluded in our cabin set back from the road in a resort called Poblado Kimal. Can't hear much at night apart from yapping stray dogs in the distance. Peaceful. Magical. We spent the day chilling and re-checking a few of our future flights and also organising tours ...
... at the Anfiteatro. We had some biscuits and drinks at the tres Maria before turning back. As we made our way out at 3:30pm, we counted more than 40 tour buses and cars coming in. OMG, I thought. We definitely made the right choice to cycle here on our own. In the 5 hours we spent in the valley, we only saw 8 cyclists and most of the time, there wasn't anyone in sight. This is what I call nature. With tens or hundreds of people around just isn't what we ...