Visiting San Pedro de Atacama, ChileSamuel & Audrey
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Visiting San Pedro de Atacama, Chile Travel Video Transcript:
Good afternoon from the town of San Pedro de Atacama in Chile. We've been here a few days taking a few different day trips to visit volcanoes and lagoons and see flamingos and doing lots of cool stuff. We've seen lots of wildlife, we've seen some amazing landscapes. And now we're going to show you the town. It's actually quite small and there isn't a lot to do but if you're taking tours from here you're going to end up spending a bit of time in San Pedro so yeah let's go take a little tour. A little walk around. Sounds good to me.
Bienvenidos a San Pedro de Atacama. Si! And this place is pretty cool because in the distance, in the background you can see volcanoes. You have volcanoes right over there. Let me run out to the street. There.
So next up we're going to take you down a street called Caracoles. And this is like the main street in the whole town. This is where you can find ice cream shops, bars, restaurants, tour operators, laundry places. Whatever you could need and that is over this way. This way. This way. Come.
What are your overall impressions of the town after having spent a few days here? Yeah, it's a decent place to hang out. This is not the kind of town where you come to linger. It's a launching pad for a whole bunch of other activities. You can also go to Bolivia to do the Uyuni salt flat tours as well. And you can also cross over to Argentina to go to Salta which is what we're going to do tomorrow. Yeah, so come here book a tour, take some trips and eat well. Yes.
And our last stop of this little tour of San Pedro is the main square. Yes. This is where you'll find live music and lot of dogs running around. Yeah, some live music is happening as we speak.
And that is a wrap from San Pedro. We are now finishing things off with a few clips from Carnival because 'yes' we're in the thick of carnival season. Ciao. Ciao ciao.
This is part of our Travel in Chile series. We're making a series of videos showcasing Chilean culture, Chilean arts, Chilean foods, Chilean religion, Chilean cuisine and Chilean people.
Proudly presented by: http://nomadicsamuel.com & http://thatbackpacker.com
All photos and video taken by Samuel Jeffery (Nomadic Samuel) and Audrey Bergner (That Backpacker).
Music in this video courtesy of Audio Network
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