Well San pedro is a beautiful little town made out of mud way up in the north of Chile where the sun shines all the time
. I've been here for four days now and I love it here but tomorrow I'm off to Bolivia. This place was set up just for tourism because right next to it is "Valle de la Luna" - Vally of the Moon, which is amazing, a salt lake with Flamingos and there's also a whole heap of great mountain-biking downhills for those hardout types.
I'm russ, I'm from New Zealand and have developed a love for travelling over the last couple of years. It was the best descision of my life for sure, breaking the routine and heading off to explore the globe, and I would highly recommend getting out there and having a close up look and anything that you've read about or heard about that intrests you, because if it looks cool on TV, I can garuntee you that it'll be even cooler when you are there amoungst it. And if you're stuggling for ideas about where to start, I'd highly recommend buying a oneway ticket to South America and the rest will ta... full info
The main street of San PerdoEverything in this town is made out of mud, and apart from the town square which is just around the corner from this photo, there aren't any paved streets either. I felt like I was in a cowboy movie
Bit a bloodI met this guy who's an absolute animal and works in a bike rental shop in the main street, and he was a bit bored so took me up to the "Vally of Death" for an awesome downhill. And it was great untill he hit a sandypatch, got flipped of his bike and cracked his head open on a rock. "Next time we should wear helmets" he tells me after getting stiched up in the local hospital - good idea mate.
The Vally of the Moon.This is just one part of it, it goes for ever and it really does make you feel like you're on the moon.