When I first saw that the Grand Hyatt Diplomatic Suite mistake price, I booked 4 nights with no flight and details of where I wanted to be at the time. When you see a crazy deal like that, you book first and ask questions later. Worst case scenario, would be losing $16 if I couldn’t go. Continue reading “The Grand Hyatt Santiago Executive Room, Diplomatic Suite and Corner Terrace Suite”
I’ve checked out of Hotel Takha Takha in SPdA and am preparing to go to the airport. My flight was at 9:50 and my transfer picked me up at 06:30. This worked out well since it takes 90 minutes to get to the airport. I normally walk fast and am pretty decisive which led me to be second in line to check in for my flight. One of the perks of traveling alone is being able to move faster than the other groups of people. Continue reading “Santiago, Chile: Day 1”
My final day in San Pedro de Atacama. The weather has been pretty good. Very reminiscent of a nice day in Los Angeles. The best thing so far has been star gazing at night. I’ve never seen so many stars before! It seemed surreal.
I felt that I was at about 90% recovered from the flu so I proceeded my first activity of the day, breakfast. Then sandboarding at 09:00. Continue reading “San Pedro de Atacama: Day 3”
After a long night of sleep, I got up early in attempt to get the hotel breakfast. As I approached the breakfast area at 10:10 the staff was cleaning up. I asked for breakfast and they pointed me to a sign that showed the breakfast hours. It ended just 10 minutes before I got there. Damn. Continue reading “San Pedro de Atacama: Day 2”
With motion sickness, elevation sickness, the flu and jetlag, I finally make it to my hotel in San Pedro de Atacama: Hotel Takha Takha. Continue reading “San Pedro de Atacama: Day 1”
After seeing pictures of the San Pedro de Atacama desert a few months ago, I decided it was time to take a trip there. I already had a trip booked to Santiago, Chile because I found a mistake rate for the Diplomatic Suite at the Grand Hyatt Santiago at $4USD/night. Continue reading “Journey To San Pedro de Atacama”
To Tip Or Not To Tip?
Several events this week really made me reevaluate how we should approach tipping servers in America. In truth I’m frugal and generous to certain extents. Continue reading “Tipping A Flat Percentage: An Impractical Practice”