Hostal Terracota

Address: Tocopilla 517, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile | Inn
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This inn is located on Tocopilla 517, San Pedro de Atacama.
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      ... and sinker, the natives abandoned the deep-rooted, harmonious and meaningful ways of their ancestors and took a gamble on extracting a mineral from the earth they have little or no use for, becoming servants of an evermore invasive and inhuman system that stacks the deck in its favor. (Chile's mining industry is expected to double its electricity consumption within 10 years, and intensifying the exploitation of Patagonia's ...

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      ... on earth, the Atacama desert. Its mildish climate, reasonable altitude (2500 masl) and stunning surroundings bring in many a traveller, eager to sample the fine dining and wining and to go mountain biking, trekking or mountaineering.

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      A travel blog entry by micknmila on Oct 03, 2014

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      ... shadows 'make the experience' as our brochures say. These valleys are only 15 kms outside San Pedro de Atacama so no long drive to get there, as well. Hooray. Our spines are still recovering from the last two days... First the Valle de la Lune. The Valley of the Moon. So called because the rock valleys remind you of the surface of the moon. Our guide was a lovely woman called Antonia (or ...


      A travel blog entry by srarrasmith on Oct 02, 2014

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      After the events of September 23-27, I needed a break. When we returned to Uyuni and finally found a hostel, I could barely be bothered to get up for dinner even though I was starving. Santi was still passportless and moneyless, so when we all went out I offered to split a pizza with him and paid for the whole thing. I'm not a very superstitious or spiritual type of person, but I like to believe in some sort of karma and equilibrium. Whether or not it's Santi ...