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If you are planning to visit to San Pedro de Atacama, there are many hotels that you can choose from. This is a town in Chile in the El Loa Province that attracts many visitors because of the nearby historical sites. The following are some of the hotels you may consider.


This hotel has a touch of history because it still retains its original layout. The expansive property covers more than 17 hectares.

Some of the relaxing facilities here include: four swimming pools, massage services, and saunas. There are 50 beautifully decorated rustic suites in the hotel, all with… Continue reading

San Pedro De Atacama is a tiny oasis lying at the base of the exotic Andean Cordillera, a mountain range rising to 6,100 meters. It is the only patch of greenery in the endless shimmering desert, which is rightly known as the “Valley of the Moon” because of the number of pot holes that can be seen in the area, that give the look of the vast craters on the moon’s surface. 40 kilometers from the village lies the majestic Licancabur volcano standing tall at 5,916 meters. The picturesque scenery that surrounds the area is what one would call a… Continue reading

World Champion guitarist Don Alder will perform songs from his latest album “Armed & Dangerous” in your city on 22nd January, 2016 on Friday from 8pm onwards. His songs are all original, ranging from “mild” to “wild”. Easy listening, good for individuals who like blues, bluegrass, jazz, world music or folk.As winner of the 2007 International Finger style Championships, 2010 Guitar Superstar contest (LA, USA) and the 2011 Worldwide Guitar Idol (which was basically held in London, UK), Don has earned his place as one of the best acoustic guitarists all over the world. In fact, you will be surprised… Continue reading

James “Jim” West was born on 18th of December in the year 1953 and however, grew up in Tempa. At age of just 12, West began playing guitar. By the age of 16, he used to play skilfully in several Florida rock bands, comprising of at least one with Steve Jay. In the initial 1980s, he came to Los Angeles, where Jay introduced him to “Weird Al” Yankovic. Presently, West lives in the Los Angeles area, but devotes numerous months in Hawaii every year. He holds his Canadian citizenship.

Thus, he is also called as Kimo West&a Canadian guitarist who… Continue reading

It’s an amazing thing to see an institution such as marriage, one that is supposed to last years at the very least, crumble within hours. Celebrity magazines and tabloids are constantly on the prowl for such stories and they are fascinating. A similar weirdness and fascination imbues leaders that are in power for very brief periods of time. Some leaders die unexpectedly, or are assassinated, or simply can’t manage the political game adequately and are forced out. The world’s briefest-serving president was Pedro Lascurain, the 34th head of Mexico, and he was part of a larger game that saw his… Continue reading

For the ultimate dream luxury holiday, weve handpicked some of the worlds most exclusive resorts. For a first class experience, book this years holiday in one of the following:

The Savoy Sharm el Sheikh

The Savoy, Sharm el Sheikh is a five star resort located in the White Knight Beach area of this exotic red sea destination. The large complex is surrounded by gorgeous tropical foliage with a number of swimming pools and waterfalls. The Savoy has hundreds of superior rooms which are perfect for relaxing after a hectic day of snorkelling, scuba diving or sightseeing. As this is an… Continue reading

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