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... is the driest desert on earth and the archeological capital of Chile. And I loved it there. (Mitch, I think this place would appeal to you)
The Atacama desert is the driest place on earth. Just a few millimetres of rain fall each year, and even then, only in some areas of a desert that covers more than 100,000 sq kms. But despite that it is astonishingly beautiful with weird rock formations, lagoons, hot springs, geysers, ...
... 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 ...
We caught the bus and crossed the border from Argentina back into Chile. This time we said goodbye to Argentina for good and arrived in San Pedro de Atacama. The Atacama desert proudly declares that it is the driest place on earth and is at an altitude of 2400 metres. The town in situated between the Andes and the Domeyko mountain range. It is really cold at night and in the morning so you end up piling on loads of layers for it to ...
... Arica for more surfing. I will taxi over the Peruvian border to Tacna airport, before flying to Cusco, which I will explore for a couple of days. I then will do a four day trek to Aguas Calientes on my own and carrying all gear. I have booked tickets to Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu (thanks Dave and Simon for the info), then will train to Olantaytambo for a day looking at the Sacred Valley there. I finally head back to Cusco for my flight back to Blighty. If needs be, ...
San Pedro de Atacama is the driest place on earth and covers over 600miles. The small town is situated in the middle of nowhere, with hours to drive before you reach another town. The main street was a dirt track lined with tour shops and 'gringo' restaurants; it was definitely a tourist town, nevertheless it did not fail to impress us. Since leaving Bolivia the biggest difference was the temperature, for about 6 weeks now if we weren't stood in the sun, we were wrapped up in a ...