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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 …
... back of an alligator. It made our little VW violently shake and as Chad put it, “I feel like I’m in a tank in Fallujah.”
Not kidding, the place was in the freaking middle of no man’s land. But, the destination was worth it. And it wasn’t the wine we were after (although I chugged a glass after that harrowing drive), but the James Turrell Museum, created by international billionaire, ...
... patio de las empenadas", i was so happy, i could finally try locro (i've been waiting for months) and it was delicious (locro is soup made in most regions of Argentina but only on special occasions or holidays. However, in the north regions, it is everywhere)
We tried also the timbale which is meat cooked with corn and spices all wrapped in corn leaves, pretty tasty aswell.
... we were all flabbergasted at this sight. His response was a huge smile and "What?, eat boludos "(stupid in Argentina slang). David was his name and he was a 23 year old dude from Jujuy. We dined, dined like kings, not believing the great "Homda" (Vibes) we had with this bloke. David introduced us to two of his mates who joined us for a toast, you know what I mean, and as David shut the umbrella the water from rain entered our cups. Kinda sucks I know, but when he came out with ...
... or early thirties, and two young men. Josh and I exchanged glances. What were we doing here with all these young people? The only wrinkles and grey hair belonged to us. So be it! After breakfast it was time to saddle up. First I put on a pair of mini-chaps to protect my legs,. Then I went over to find my horse.” Getting on the horse proved to be a challenge. In the movies, they quickly mount up—one foot is placed in the stirrup, the ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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