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#1 Posted : Friday, April 1, 2011 4:45:27 AM(UTC)

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I was already three months traveling in Patagonia nachti
Most of the time hiking
I'm in Buenos Aires and I intend to continue in Bolivia
I want to arrive to San Pedro de Atacama desert in northwestern zila and area to move to Bolivia.
I need information about San Pedro.
Things you can do and where (and bicycle) (independent living)
Prices there.
-Interface with Bolivia (what to do and what Bolivia)

-Border crossing Bolivia (if we should even go there)

Including any possible tips and recommendations what should combine this with the transition to Bolivia (now in Buenos Aires, Argentina)
And if possible focus on trekking and cycling but not only there.

Thank you very much.
#2 Posted : Tuesday, April 5, 2011 8:18:52 PM(UTC)

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I wasn't in San Pedro de Atacama

But what I can tell there is nothing, geysers, cactuses, mountain biking and Jeep to Hasler de Uyuni.

I Bessler de Uyuni and were a bunch of Israelis, one pair was rescued and met them in Salta two days later.

What really happens aaiiraa proven and best conditions there and if you're going to get from Salta to it also really expensive (I don't remember the price but $ 60 if I'm not mistaken)

If you pass through there to Bolivia I imagine do this with Jeep trip of Hasler and saved is much more expensive (500 in olibian Bolivia in saved claim more expensive)

Anyway I do not recommend you to go there, but if you're keen on cycling will continue to determine

#3 Posted : Wednesday, April 6, 2011 5:33:54 PM(UTC)

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I was walking in this area (including Hasler fiction) about two weeks.

Trekking-in my opinion not very good (most dry.)

Cycling-women-a side of Chile.

When you get to the principle city where you get all the details.

Anyway – Bolivian salt very hot + gizarim + Moon Valley

Be careful not to rush to increase height .

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