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- Continental Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... for me to get the smell of smoke out of my clothes...! The town was really quaint and had lots of Andean souvenirs like colourful shawls, leather purses and woolen jumpers. We went on a trip to the Moon valley, so called because it looks like a lunar landscape. The landscape was amazing and mostly involved lots of pictures of rocks... We went to a place called Death Valley, named due to the fact that when people used to walk their animals through the pass, quite a few would ...
... After getting a flat tyre and changing it we headed for our accommodation which was a salt hotel that is 2hrs away. The salt hotel was pretty impressive, it overlooked the salt flats and the floor was completely made out of salt. We have just had a last dinner of steak and chips and are now headed to bed as we are up at 4:45am to go and see the ...
... and demanded a tip. We had arranged a transfer to San Pedro de Atacama and were packed into a minibus for the 1 ½ hour trip to our hostel in the town. The scenery during the whole drive is very similar to the landscape in Southern Bolivia which is very close. It was very stunning extremely dry desert landscape and arriving at dusk meant we could see the volcano that looms over the town in striking red colours. Our hostel room is ok and ...
We were going to book a tour for the geysers but after talking to a couple of the agents and telling them we had our own car. "oh just drive yourselves then it's easy" yep I've heard that before. But brave adventurers that we are, we set off the next morning for the geysers in the pitch dark hoping we would find the right road. After one false start thanks to moi the navigator ( I think Graham has given up on ...
... hydrating as the Geysers are at quite a high altitude (around 3800m I think).
When we finally arrived we could see the steam flowing from the many geysers, surrounded by mountains. We hoped out of the car and it was COLD! We had been warned by other tourists from our tour the previous day, so we were dressed appropriately, however my toes and fingers still struggled. We had a quick tour around the area, following the small paths that were mapped out, and had some ...