Travel Blogs from Humahuaca, Argentina

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Bewaffnete Engel & selbstgemachte Züpfe, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Bewaffnete Engel & selbstgemachte Züpfe

A travel blog entry by bjoern84

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... das gehört nun mal zum Mysterium, dass die Bilder so einzigartig macht. Für uns hieß es nun weiter nach Humahuaca, da wir dort unser Nachtlager aufbauen wollten. Nachdem wir unser Zelt auf dem Campingplatz aufgebaut hatten, liefen wir erst einmal ...

Auf dem

Auf dem "Rueckweg", wieder in Argentinien

A travel blog entry by hama.ch

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... magique" von Adi hilft nicht entscheidend weiter.Die naechste Siedlung mit dem einladenden Namen Abra Pampa liegt noch etwa 70 km entfernt. So sind wir denn dankbar, dass uns nach wenigen Stoepplerversuchen ein Lieferwagen bis Humahuaca ...

Not just Humahuaca, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Not just Humahuaca

A travel blog entry by gandnclub

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... these days, kind of like the bauernsuppe he makes at home, sort of a stew with beef and beans.  On to Humahuaca, another half hour north, sized like Tilcara but appropriately sleepy during siesta.  Fortunately we didn't make that right turn ...

Humahuaca, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Humahuaca

A travel blog entry by migou

Humahuaca ...

Road trip day 2: Quebrada de Cafayate to Humahuaca, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Road trip day 2: Quebrada de Cafayate to Humahuaca

A travel blog entry by natalie.tillen

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... damp in S.S. Jujuy we found a little restaurant to have some sort of taco and then hop back in the car and headed north to Humahuaca for the night. Made it to Humahuaca by about 10 or 11pm at night. Found a random hostel, which at first Hannah didnt want ...

magical place and mountain smells, Iruysa, Argentina travel blog

magical place and mountain smells

A travel blog entry by emily_sarah

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we reached marcos magical place where faces appear on sides of mountains, on a bumpy bus ride in an old school bus named "emma y paula," our bus driver taking the the hairpin turns on the one lane mountain road with the kind of carefree abandon only bus ...

Our first night camping..., Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Our first night camping...

A travel blog entry by our_gringotrail

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... involved getting a bus as far north as possible that night and other the following morning. After two buses, we arrived in Humahuaca at 1130pm. I´d confirmed a hostel booking by phone and told them what time we were arriving but when we turned up at ...

Return to Argentina, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Return to Argentina

A travel blog entry by skill77

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... to the passers by! The border crossing itself was pretty straight forward and we hopped on a bus to a little Andean Village called Humahuaca. It was really cute, all cobbled streets and a huge big staircase with a monument at the top that was all lit ...

Humahuaca, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Humahuaca

A travel blog entry by che-mati

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Unser letzter Aufenthaltsort in Argentinien. Schon sehr weit in der Hoehe und staubig, da Wind. Deshalb etwas Problem mit Atmen und sturmer Kopf. Tags heiss, nachts kalt, doch dank super Bautechnik aus Lehmziegeln immer angenehme Temperaturen. Schmuckes ...

Bolivia here we come, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Bolivia here we come

A travel blog entry by srabbiosi

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...  are breathtaking. Multicoloured mountains, pre inca ruins dotted around the hillsides, the sheer magnitude of the mountains and plains leaves us feeling somewhat insignificant, but so very privileged to be here. Thanks Argentina and ...

JUJUY, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

JUJUY

A travel blog entry by gamulan

Estas son fotos de la ciudad de Humahuaca, en la provincia de Jujuy. Espero que las ...

On the road again, Quebrada de Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

On the road again

A travel blog entry by piero

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desert colors, Puramarca, Argentina travel blog

desert colors

A travel blog entry by emily_sarah

cerro de siete colores green, red, orange, yellow, purple, blue, pink... at least seven colors, the desert was beautiful! we took a hike that was more like a stroll down a unpaved road inbetween tons of mountains, filled with erroded streaks and holes ...

The Long Road Trip - Humahuaca, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

The Long Road Trip - Humahuaca

A travel blog entry by mnasf

... sets on top of a very tall hill.  At the bottom of the hill is a very pretty central square for the town of Humahuaca. Shaeleigh, Parker, Malesa and I climed up to the monument.  It was such a great view from the top and it was nice to see the ...

Mar 30, 2012, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Mar 30, 2012

A travel blog entry by marknl

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Huayra Wasi, La Maison de l'Anarchiste, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Huayra Wasi, La Maison de l'Anarchiste

A travel blog entry by wakusrgh

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«Te-ne-mos sed!» Refrain de l'hymne de la maison ("On a soif!") On est dans une maison de fous. Probablement celle qui a connu le plus grand nombre de morts par cirrhose du foie ces dernières années dans tout le nord de l'Argentine. À peine arrivé ...

Hasta luego Argentina, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Hasta luego Argentina

A travel blog entry by chrisswill

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... of enthusiasm I simply mooched around the hostel and the town for most of the day and then went for my last dinner in Argentina with a Canadian from the hostel who was riding his motorcycle back to Canada after riding all the down to Ushuaia.  It ...

Rocks, rocks and more rocks., Tres Cruces, Argentina travel blog

Rocks, rocks and more rocks.

A travel blog entry by gerty581

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... the Incas on top of Mount Llullaillaco (6740metres). It is considered to be one of the most important archaeological finds in Argentina and the exhibition was certainly quite amazing. On display was the 15 year old girl. Her face, clothes and adornments ...

Into the land of cacti, Salta and Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Into the land of cacti

A travel blog entry by panzaverde

... here - presumably in a soccer-mad place like this `Gol' has more appeal) and headed off to the north.  Driving in Argentina is a bit interesting.  Most towns we have been to have a one-way system operating, with every second street going in one ...

Jujuy, Jujuy, Argentina travel blog

Jujuy

A travel blog entry by joepace

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... scenery in this province is really and truly out of this world. The rock formation, colours, are unique. Thursday we were taken to Humahuaca, Tikara and other villages. Interesting but you see one and you`ve seen them all kind of places. We slept in a ...

"Carnival" or "Free petrol day"

A travel blog entry by atame

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... way. The day started with a drive through the "would-be-wonderful-if-only-those-damn-clouds-would-go" Quebrada de Humahuaca. Google for wonderful pictures (grrrrr). Then we drove towards Humahuaca stopping at a nice 17th century church and a sun-dial at ...

Tempete de neige dans les Andes, Salta HUMAHUACA, Argentina travel blog

Tempete de neige dans les Andes

A travel blog entry by cstonge

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On est des canadiens, on attendait qu´il n´y ait plus de neige a Ottawa pour retourner a la maison.  Ben non on en a eu dans la Cordilliere des Andes.  On n´avait pas apporté nos pelles... Voyez les dernières photos, bien que ca a l´air ...

La Quebrada de Humahuaca Patrimoine de l'Humanité, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

La Quebrada de Humahuaca Patrimoine de l'Humanité

A travel blog entry by lysiaerik

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Nous voilà dans l'extrême Nord Ouest Argentin, la cordillère aride et les vallées fertiles en limite du Chili, les forêts de cactus et les étendues de terre rouge. La Quebrada de Humahuca est impressionnante par la diversité de sa géologie et se ...

Argie bargie, far from it. totally quaint, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Argie bargie, far from it. totally quaint

A travel blog entry by dcinternational

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Yay, we set a new record - SIX hour border crossing! Go Argentina, racking a total of 4 hours for a single stamp. No fancy visa, or printing out names, not even bag checking - just a little bit of ink took that long. Starting at such a low meant ...

Day 13 - Tilcara - Humahuaca - Iruya, Humahuaca,  Argentina travel blog

Day 13 - Tilcara - Humahuaca - Iruya

A travel blog entry by rookietravelers

... couple that was running the hotel made fresh coffee and tea for us. We enjoyed their company for sometime while watching the Argentina vs. Equador qualifying game. It is amazing to see how the country is so passionate about the game, sometimes is hard to ...

Colors of the Mountains, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Colors of the Mountains

A travel blog entry by track_the_hans

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Our first day trip out of Salta we headed north to visit the Quebrada de la Humahuaca.  This area of Northern Argentina is famous for its colorful terrain because a combination of erosion and oxidized minerals (copper, iron, etc.) have ...

Street Food and Sandboarding, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Street Food and Sandboarding

A travel blog entry by carlo_divita

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... things seem much cheaper and less developed – just what I’ve been waiting for... Ten things to know about Argentina: 1.       There are stray dogs everywhere. 2.       They have invented ...

Camping and trekking, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Camping and trekking

A travel blog entry by bobdeehamill

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... 6 weeks away and we are so badly out of practice we thought it'd be a good idea and also anything to prolong our stay in Argentina for a few more days. The bus was only 4 hours and the scenery was pretty cool, desert and lots of cactui. This town is also ...

Jujuy, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

Jujuy

A travel blog entry by akelsey44

... Darren from England whos here for 18 months! Weather has been awesome away from Salta city. We´re now in a place called Humahuaca, rather quaint! Has been really hot today but is now bloody freezing! Tomorrow it´s Iruya. Oh and my interpol review ...

on the road, Humahuaca, Argentina travel blog

on the road

A travel blog entry by architour

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