Alta La Luna
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Day 228 Again, the light was blinding when we emerged from our room. However, the weather was a little more crisp today. At breakfast, we chatted to Mikey, his girlfriend Briley and Hester (another guest). One half of the couple who own this place, Nadine (who is from Malta), was also joining in conversation. A new mum of a baby with strikingly beautiful, dark eyes called Indira, she seemed very calm and was a pleasure to have around. We found out that last night's comotion ...
Day 227 Our room has shutters that block out almost all light from outside, so, when Ben stepped out of the door this morning, he was completely blinded by the sunlight and had to duck inside the bathroom for shelter. Apparently, Cafayate enjoys about 28 sunny days per month and the atmospheric clarity is very high. When you go outside during the day, sunglasses are essential. After breakfast, we chatted to one of the women who is working here. ...
Day 226 We paid up and said goodbye to Alfredo. Salta was much more busy this morning that it has been. A short walk down the road, we bought some fruit from a down-to-earth but very helpful chap in the market. He told us the Spanish names for the fruits as we selected them. Next, we went to the health food shop, where we loaded up. We have been in dire need of some healthy, balanced nutrition after a few days of salad and chips diet. 'Rio Negro' provided the answer. In a park, ...
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... put our bags on his trolley and he ran us through the terminal.
We thought this was to try and catch the bus on the other side but he tried to
get us in a cab to chase the bus. We said no to this and he rushed us back into
the terminal to the bus ticket office. We realised that we had missed the bus
so we expected them to give us a seat on their next bus. The seller couldn’t
speak English but we picked up the gist that he ...