Hosteria del Amauta
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... and the others plan on making Argentinian BBQ today so we are definitely in! We met 3 Germans in our hostel dorm today and they are joining us for the BBQ as well. Turns out they are really cool and fun, very young as well. Romain said he could be their dad hahahahaha! ;) The BBQ went really well and the food was soooo tasty. Argentinians really can make food, Pablo especially! After food, we went to see some stars along the road to Pucara and Luka played some music while we shake ...
... samples would be taken off her so decided to tick that he didn't haven anything to declare and that he did. Luckily everyone was safe and I took a photo standing in two countries at once. We were climbing even higher in altitude and reached up to 5200m but the experience was made pleasant with the wonderful landscapes which were surprisingly flat. We managed to get a few winks after loads of photos and videos to arrive to our destination, San Pedro de ...
... why I love camping.
It was a beautiful but really cold start to the day. Although I was struck by the beauty of the landscape I was also exhausted from not sleeping well in the windy/dusty conditions all night. As we slept under the bridge, it was the first time that we have been able to put the tent away dry in the morning for a long, long time.
As soon as we got on the road we realised that Kory had a puncture. ...
... way in a second. There were virtually no cars on the road going our way, but we did see lines of cars stuck behind large trucks creeping around the bends. Because of the turns, there weren't many opportunities for passing...so the caravans of cars behind trucks were a constant reminder that we made the right choice.
The salinas were pretty incredible...blinding white salt slicked across a vast plane leading to distant ...
... stopped at El Torro viaduct and the cactus jungle. The good part about having the car was that we were able to stop a lot on the way to see small sites and take pictures, this was not possible in the bus rides and was more important now because of the remoteness of the places and scenic beauty surrounding landscape. During the drive we caught the first site of llamas and vicuñas (member of the llama family). We eventually reached our first stop, after ...