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San Pedro de Atacama is a wonderful destination, with lots of sites to see, enabling us to understand better the physical world we live in and it's formation, together with insights into the people who lived in this region thousands of years ago, long before the Spanish arrived. This area is a center for international tourism. A wonderful mix of people from across the world. Congratulations should be offered to the government of Chile for the infrastructure they maintain in the area -- keeping the roads open, having buildings with information and bathrooms in the various tourist destinations, having marked paths in the tourist areas to protect not only the tourists from being injured, but to keep the sites from being destroyed by the tourists walking in breeding areas, protecting the wildlife from hunting.
The negative that we found was in the town of San Pedro de Atacama itself: the town has a large number of stray, street, dogs who defecate all over the sidewalks and roads. Without exaggeration one cannot walk more than 5 or 10 meters without encountering yet another pile of dog droppings.
The Chileans have an expression that they use frequently -- "falta de respecto" which means 'lack of respect'. It is used in situations where either people, or an organization behave in a way that is contrary to what common sense and decency would expect. The town and all the individuals and businesses that operate in San Pedro depend on the tourists. One would think that the Municipalidad de San Pedro the local government would be very interested in doing all that they can to make the experience for the tourists as enjoyable as possible.
Having the streets clean should be one of it's concerns. Tens of thousands of people from all over the world come to San Pedro de Atacama and the Municipalidad can't even keep the streets clean!!
This is a "falta de respecto," not only for the residents and business owners in San Pedro, but for all the tourists who walk those streets. If the Municipalidad doesn't want to deal with the large number of stray dogs, then they certainly could have a crew going through the streets on some regular schedule to keep them clean. Well, I assume there is some effort to clean up the dog poop, otherwise it would be worse! I soon learned to scope out the road ahead and enjoyed seeing the mostly mellow dogs wandering, snoozing in shop doors, and just hanging out!