Bloomers-Salta Bed & Brunch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in about 40 mins...pretty smooth I reckon!! Another short taxi ride to the bus station and we get on the first one heading to Salta (USD18pp), which is NOW, bus engines are running and they hold the bus for a few last sales, all money is good money here (unless your USD note has a tiny little scratch on it!). 7 hours that involves stopping and picking what seem like commuters up on the side of the road a few roadside driver checks ...
I was glad to leave Hostel Park Iguazu. It was that dodgy that I never slept in the bed sheets but used my sleeping bag liner! On the morning I left I found a dead cockroach in the bathroom, the place was that bad even a cockroach did not survive! In my infinite wisdom I decided to catch the bus to Salta and not fly. Mainly because it was cheaper by bus and it also meant that I would save a night in accommodation. If you have the money and are short on time - fly! ...
... It rained all day (we were so lucky with the weather as we had two beautiful days in the falls!) and despite a wasted day, we just chilled out in the hotel and were told that our flight would take off the next day. Hurray!
... had really changed, what felt like the humid forest in Iguazu was now dry, baron desert, stretching for miles, with the odd mountain around, oh and some cacti. We got a pretty cool view of Salta coming in, one of the main towns in Northern Arg and home to half a million Salt-ans; travellers tend to use this place as a stop off for going north or coming south, being the largest of the northern cities. Anyway, enough facts... We did the usual slog from bus station to hostel, showered ...
... to the flats, so it seemed only fitting to appease him when he requested we help him with his English language skills. The lesson began with him enthusiastically asking Adam, "So, tell me about the term ****. In what ways do you use it? Do you use 'I'm ******* around' or 'I'm in *****'? It's important that you tell me, Adam." Ariel further explained that his curiosity was sparked from the fact that the Spanish phrase used ...