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... it to her Maj. The journey across the Andes was landscape-overload; I tried to summarise it on video, attached. I frequently consulted my watch for the altitude and we topped out at around 15,400 ft. First experience of its effects were a mild headache and when we disembarked at the border (around 13,500 ft), feeling a little light headed, but nothing more severe. I tried chewing the local 'palliative' leaves, but almost barfed. They now sit, discarded, at the ...
... museum. We also stock up on tissues because all the snot in the world is still present in my sinuses! We meet the group then to head to the valley of the moon which is astonishing in its stark landscape, complete with Dinosaur rock formation which of course I love. My camera is now playing up (not my week) so most of my Nikon shots are black however with some good editing I reckon are salvageable. We head high for a sunset that is a ...
... in that game and everytime he touched the ball the locals were going ninety. They are obsessed with him down in this part of the world. Almost as obsessed as Martin 'Mytton' Reilly is with posting about his coloured socks on Snapchat. After lunch we went in search of a tour company that would take us on the 3 day trip across the desert to the salt flats. In the first agency we went into the guy had next to no English ...
... were stamped we just needed to get our bags through the scanner, the truck stamped into Chile, and the truck checked. It may seem like an easy task but we weren't on the road again until about 9:20. After we left the border, the road travelled through the plateau and then down into the valley where San Pedro de Atacama was located. We saw the accident along the way. There had been a truck carrying packaged chicken that ...
We were only in Santiago for a couple of days. I think I was feeling generally overwhelmed with organisation. Planning is never as simple as you’d think and takes a lot of time at each stop, depending on whether you have good wifi/info/maps etc; it’s a constant worry everywhere you go. Booking/planning buses/flights/hostels/treks/routes/mone y and organising everything on a day to day basis for four of us. We go through phases of being worn down by it ...