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So it's been an eventful week (in real time) so we are way behind with the blog but we're back on the road again so here's a few up dates of what we've been up to.
After Valparaso we decided to head back to Argentina to spend Toms 30th there. We set off for Salta in the North West. To say it was an epic journey would be an understatement …
Ogni tanto una pausa ci vuole, anche durante un viaggio. Dopo oltre due mesi passati saltando da un posto indimenticabile a un altro, ci serviva qualche giorno per riordinare le idee; una vacanza nella vacanza per così dire. Siamo finiti a Salta, una cittadina nel nordovest dell'Argentina, sulla strada che ci porterà fino in Bolivia; è un posto abbastanza carino, ma non è che ci sia molto da fare o da ...
... industry appears to have pretty much dried up leave little besides tourists as a source of income. There's a military base with typical look-alike barracks but the town's houses are weathered and patched adobe. We had some time so I wandered a little, taking pictures of the houses and the little church in the center of town.
For the most part the streets were empty except for wandering tourists and natives trying ...
... best to speak English while we struggles with Spanish. It was so relaxed and was lovely to see that whenever someone new arrived they were all greeted with a kiss on the cheek men and women - i thought it was a lovely custom as nobody was ignored!It is apparently custom to have a barbecue every Sunday in Argentina just like we have a roast! Dec again had a huge feed of meat he could hardly move! we sat in the sun for the evening before heading back.
... and breathlessness. We stopped in the bolivian version of incan ruins. First night (and every night) we slept in freezing cold temperatures (approximately -20 to -25) in very basic accommodation in a place called Quetena. Day 2 - Laguna Kollpa, Laguna Verde, Desierto Dali, Geysers, Licancabur volcano, Huayllajara. We visited the.... Thermal hot springs: Sarah and I dangled our feet in the water but were too chicken to go in our of fear of how cold ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsCarpe Diem Bed & Breakfast Salta
Perfect place with nice garden hidden in the city. We feel like guests in friend's house, not like in a hotel.
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