Hosteria del Amauta
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... to lose now and hedge that inflation will occur again. Changing a few hundred US essentially halved our costs but for our budgeting we were still going to compare everything to the official exchange. We were definitely glad we still have lots of US left.
Our lunch stop down the road was hilarious as we were given our Halloween outfits for the afternoon. Sarah had dressed me as a vampire and Maddie ...
With an early start we headed north on the first leg of our tour of the north ultimately heading towards the Jujuy region. On Saturday our route took us along the same path as the Train to the clouds with our first stop in the small town of Campo Quijano and then onto Quebrada del Toro. We enjoyed stunning views of the valleys, gorges and mountains as we continued our climb towards the Andes. We then made our way to the pre-Incan city of Santa Rosa de Tastil before moving ...
... were a fantastic bunch that were so happy to share their tips on Argentina and listen patiently as we tried to carry on lengthy conversations in broken Spanish.
I made friends with another dog who sat on a chair next to me while We watched the music for another hour. Mike also had a dog pal sit by his feet. I talked about adopting a dog from Argentina... The little mutt who sat next to me in particular.
... revenir au premier pour avoir tous les tampons...
A 9h 30 nous avons finalement pris la route. La montee fut rude. 2000 metres de denivele en 30 kilometeres, jusqu a 4950 metres. Les feuilles de coca dans la bouche toute la journee. 1 col, 2 cols, 3 cols.... plus haut et encore plus haut, descendre remonter etc. Paysages magique.
Apres 170 km de "no man land" nous sommes finalement arrivees a la frontiere d'Argentine. La ...
... we found a restaurant with live music (basically a one man band, with a guy playing 5 or 6 different instruments), and were the only customers except for a girl from Mendoza who was travelling around her country for the first time.
The next morning we walked a few kms to the Garganta del Diablo, which is turning out to be a very commonly used name for rock formations/canyons! We thought a guy who was hassling us ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility