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... were told that it was at 10pm. So we all breathed a sigh of relief that we had plenty of time to grab some water and something to eat. That was until the lady at the counter was saying “Ahora! Ahora!” (Now! Now!), and shouting to the guys at the bus to hold the bus for us. What we had not taken into account was that we had jumped 2 time zones by going directly south (Weird, right?). Anyway, it was now 10pm and we were quickly bundled on the ...
Photography can sometimes be well-planned, excruciatingly executed; other times it can be ad hoc, improvised, rushed. Sometimes your head rules the exercise, you approach the task like a surgeon would approach a transplant or a superpower would approach the invasion of a smaller country. Other times, your heart dictates; it is your half-acknowledged carnal thirst, your body-buried intuition guiding you through a more ancient, instinctual wilderness. And then there are ...
... t wanted any company today in the first place. Also, how superhumanly patient Fred had been with me the day before in far less temperate conditions. Finally, how stupidly tired I was, capable of gliding along like a feather and nothing more; or, to put it another way, capable of going only at my own pace. You can walk ahead, I told Bernard politely, and I will catch you up. We were approaching the broad dune that was a hotspot for sand-boarding when a truck ...
... to Salar de Atacama and a tour to the Geysers El Tatio.
The Salar de Atacama tour was interesting. We saw many wild animals including three species of pink flamingos and Vicunas.
The El Tatio geyser tour was a 4:30am start (on my birthday!) to see the worls highest geysers at 4300m at sunrise. This is when its coldest outside so the steam from the geysers is most impressive. It was freezing outside around minus 10 ...
... someone will help out within half an hour. He takes off, an not long after, the sun is disappearing behind the mountains. The bus driver keeps the engine going for heat. The thermostats just don't get over 17. The cold from outside is to strong, and are sleeping through the windows, leaving us at the window seat very cold. The two bus drivers try to find some more water an rations off biscuits, which are firstly given to those feeling the worst symptoms of ...