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We worden van het vliegveld opgehaald door Alex, eigenaar van Casa Hernandez, die een pakketje voor ons bij zich heeft...
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Reeds in Chili kregen we bericht van hostel Alma Andina dat mijn mobiele telefoon gevonden was (we leven dan 24 februari). Vervolgens was het plan om deze naar Salta te laten …
... If you haven't seen this film and were thinking of doing so, skip over the next few sentences... spoiler alert!!). If I could speak Spanish I probably would've replied to her something like "Why does Bill Nighy have to die? Why God, WHY?" Actually, she probably would've been even more weirded out by my crying then... But seriously, who doesn't love Bill Nighy? Great film, if you've not seen About Time, sit down and watch it after this... And if you don't ...
What a MASSIVE three and a half days I've had in Salta. I'm so glad I came here!!
Located in the Lerma Valley it's 1,152 metres above sea level in the north west part of Argentina with a population of more than 620,000.
The first thing that I noticed was that it's freezing here!!! I've even woken up in the middle of the night because it's so cold - even with wearing layers to bed. How the hell am I going to cope in Machu Picchu??!!
And the second thing, ...
... spent doing a half day bike tour to the surrounding countryside of Salta. We got a lift by our guide, Nacho, to a small town called San Pedro. Here, we hopped on the bikes and endured a very hot, hilly ride in the countryside. We stopped off at a small brook to cool off and then proceeded to cycle back down the very steep hill we cycled up. I completely lost my confidence going down hill, I didn't enjoy the sensation of skidding down the gritty road. ...
... which appears to have seen millions of such strikes over many similar nights.
Next to him sits an older mustached fella rocking a black gaucho style sombrero, singing old ballads that everyone around seems to know. Every once in a while, off to our right, a half drunk middle aged man in a dress shirt loudly joins in for a verse or two. The song ends, I look at the guitar player who nods and throws an indecipherable Argentinian ...