Hosteria del Amauta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hosteria del Amauta Purmamarca
Travel Blogs from Purmamarca
... blues, greys, browns, oranges, pinks and reds in the striated rock formations. Stopping at the ancient and quaint village of Purmamarca we were completely surrounded by the Seven Coloured Mountains. This small town is a drop-off point for many visitors who choose to stay and just sit around marvelling at the scenery before heading off into neighbouring Bolivia or further afield.
This fabulous road is part of a major collaborative project ...
... some more useless local advice to push our bikes up off the road and over the railway bridge - which was no longer actually a bridge but only metal slats with two metre gaps in between - we decided to just push our bikes through the rapids of mud brown water. The water was a strangely pleasant warm, thick chocolatey consistency, and we got across without being washed away, but with mud caked shins. Once in Maimará, we found our hostel, went to the nearest shop, bought a ...
... of a show. The colours range from terracotta red to mossy green, and sparkle magically in the morning light.
Sam and I stayed here only one night, so there's not much to be told. Another nice camp site, another long walk in the desert, more delicious food, and another bottle of red. Instead I'll let the pictures do the talking. Enjoy ...
After our hike around Purmamarca, we took the next bus north and settled down in Tilcara. We were exhausted. After following a Colombian and Dutch guy to a hostel, we dropped off our things and explored town. It is small, full of dogs wearing felt blanket jackets, scattered with women in big hats, and very relaxed. The local culture is still well alive - and tourists are comparatively very ...
... us a good recommendation for lunch. We walked a few blocks and ordered some empanadas a hormito, which is like a tamal,a and shared a beer. We had a great Wi-Fi connection at the restaurant so we got caught up on a few things over lunch.
After lunch we took a drive through the canyon—the Quebrada de Humahuaca. It was a lovely drive and late afternoon so the sun was showing off a multitude of ...