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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    Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama

    First stop in Chile

    A travel blog entry by rmalpass on Feb 23, 2015

    ... Bolivia. The first thing we did was find a hostel and then explored the town to see what was what, a particular highlight being the first pizza that we had eaten in a long time which we splashed out on! Most things in San Pedro were geared towards tours, whether that was for the salt flats or for other activities. We decided that we had had enough of viewing landscapes on tours and wanted to venture out ourselves, therefore the following day we ...

    Tour de Atacama

    A travel blog entry by steveclark on Feb 20, 2015

    7 photos

    ... it was some sort of rock formation. Translucent, it may have even been salt. But it was really shiny! We had a joke plan of making necklaces out of it and selling them on the street (some backpackers actually do this)! It was a joke but we both decided to carve up small pieces into different shapes using rocks, easily entertained!! We then eventually made it back to the main road, I'm not sure if we went the correct way as it was incredibly ...

    San Pedro and 4WD into Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by lucyandalan on Jan 21, 2015

    17 photos

    San Pedro
    It's a 20 hour bus ride from Santiago to San Pedro. We flew instead.

    San Pedro is a small town in the desert at 2,400m altitude. The buildings are made of red mud (adobe clay) that keeps them cool inside. With its dusty roads and primitive red buildings, the whole town resembles a film set from a Western. There isn't much to do in San Pedro itself but it's full with backpackers who use it as a base for desert adventure.

    Fawlty Towers

    A travel blog entry by shazbattical on Nov 17, 2014

    8 comments, 3 photos

    The whole point of coming back to Chile was so that i could go to the Atacama Desert - the driest desert in the whole world apparently. From here i could also cross into Bolivia overland through the famous Salar De Uyuni.

    The base for the trip was a teeny tiny town called San Pedro de Atacama, full of adobe houses (traditional mud houses built for coolness). It is at an altitude of 2400m (the highest English peak, Scarfell pike is ...

    From the big smoke to the desert

    A travel blog entry by curto on Nov 01, 2014

    19 photos

    ... 4k) which include the ever growing cases of murdered and tutored the ever growing figure now at around 40,000, it also includes leaked documents from the CIA and their dirty dealings with the Pinochet regime.
    Worth a look is a day trip to Valparisso, it is the street art capital of SA with some brutally cool stuff to look at, being typically unorgainised and without researching the place it was cool for a wander and found myself being ...