Hosteria del Amauta
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that the fall had caught up with us.
We made it early to get out of bed because we wanted to see the Cerro Siete Colores at sunrise. Manuela did not feel so good and so I set out alone on the road. It was still quite dark, and I knew the way not exactly. So I asked the locals people who had been awake for directions. Unfortunately I got resist-tory information, so I first went to the wrong place. I was guided me through my ...
Day 28. Friday 26th December. Tupiza, Bolivia to La Quiaca, Argentina. The first 45 kilometres out of Tupiza today were very hot and hilly. It was hard work, and when we stopped for lunch we were unsure if we would make it to Argentina. Fortunately, the remaining 50 kilometres were incredibly fast - we reached 58.5 kilometres an hour descending into Villazon at the Bolivian/Argentinian border. A storm hit just before we crossed, but it was exciting to make it into another country on ...
... in spanish. It took us about an hour and half slowly walking and stopping for photos. The trek itself is beautiful, with hills of varying colours around us as the weather start warming up. Romain found a big cactus he wanted to take a photo with and we all ended up taking pictures with the cactus. The seven colours hill itself is better viewed from the viewpoint across the river where you can see the contrast between the surrounding hills which makes it stands out. The town is quite ...
... empanadas and played lots of cards and fell asleep happy with what we had seen that day. Our last day in the JuJuy province and we stayed closer to home and explored the 7 coloured mountains. We trekked up a steep hill where we could directly see them, and followed this by a trek right into them. Scotty collected his very needed soil samples which I must say looked beautiful due to the many colours. We took lots of family photos and explored ...
Miles 272 Total 20,224
A landmark day !!!!!!!!!
20,000+ miles completed on this trip.30,000+ miles total on the bike.Crossed into Argentina, the 14th and final country on this trip.Crossed the Andes.Crossed the Tropic of Capricorn (At some point)
Set off knowing there was 100 miles to the border without gas stations and not sure where the next one was. The dash told me there was a good amount in the tank but after a few miles, ...