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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
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We worden van het vliegveld opgehaald door Alex, eigenaar van Casa Hernandez, die een pakketje voor ons bij zich heeft...
Dit vergt enige toelichting.
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 sturen, …
... where despite the ongoing argument between Chileans and Peruvians as to who "owns" the national drink of Pisco, you can try Pisco from both countries. Which we did. Lots. Too much ;) After that we ended up in Bellavista where lots of the nightlife happens. We made the mistake of trying another local drink called terremoto (earthquake). Really, the name should have been a warning to us...when we asked the waiter what was in it he said "lots ...
... and have even narrower pavements. Lots of cobbles. Most of the buildings have a distinct colonial feel. This is an old city. As such it can't really cope with with the traffic levels which gives the air and town a bit of a dirty feel. We wondered around looking at the main buildings and squares before I headed back to the hostel to swap out the flip flops for a fairly easy climb up ...
... and defend them from enemies."
So while they listened to their guide, I chased off pigeons, other stray dogs, strange religious men and small children. One of the older men in the group named me Rusty, so that's how I got my name!!!!
We then left all together and walked to a cafe, while they ate and drank I slept underneath the tables. This excited group found a fantastic wine shop around the corner and as they went in, ...
... heading to bed at 10:00. A full two hours earlier than any of the previous 14 nights. The next day I set out for a day on the ranch, accompanied by a couple of Dutch girls, Emily and Sanne, from the hostel. A Gaucho is an Argentinian equivalent of a cowboy, but don't make that comparison with them. They have very disparaging views of their North American cousins. We were greeted by Enrique, the lively and larger than life "Dueno" of the ranch. We took our place neath the ...