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... comes from. This area was a bit dodgy, not being a major tourist area but only a one night stay saw us move quickly on to San Pedro. Which in retrospect we could have gone too straight from Santiago, but hey, Calama was an interesting place, with a fair amount of poverty. San Pedro de Atacama, Chile: we only arrived here today, and after a few hours, we love this place. It is a very ...
... back part of the place. We felt quite a sense of achievement when we arrived. It had been a hard two hour ride. We then wanted to explore the valley. There are lots of different parts and view points to see. We first climbed up some rocks and had a lovely view of the volcano and desert. We then circled on up a very steep hill and arrived at the Duna Major, big sand dune. We left the bikes and went walking along the top of the rocks to see the amazing sand dune. The views ...
Had a lazy day. The girls were going to go cycling again but I didn't want to. Got up and had breakfast with them then packed and checked out of room for 11. Kept wanting to leave hostel but was msging people and as went to leave for msgs. Msging Becki, Ivo, julie. Also spoke to mum as she had Emma but Emma in a weird mood! Wanted to swap my book. Eventually left around 1.30, popped in to say bye to James ...
... stopped for a toilet break at one of the most remote villages I have seen at 3500 mtr altitude, very very basic living, but the people seem very happy---have they got it right??
We pushed on to the start of our hike up to Del Tatio and we were at approx 4000 mts. The climb took us up to 4622 mts, a height I have not experienced. We all wondered how we would cope. Our guide Arturo a local from San Pedro gave us coca leaves ...
... of diminishing quality, quantity must increase by hook or by crook if the god of “growth” is to continue its rootless summit to the heavens in the name of liberty, democracy, free enterprise, and similar shibboleths deemed holy by countless dollar-chasers.) In the foreseeable future these prices will only continue to rise as the local mining - and tourist - industry seems to place revenues before all other considerations. ...