Casa La Teresita Hotel Boutique
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... br> her body was hit by a lightning strike which burnt part of her face and
clothing. The museum is very modern in its presentation with English captions
and a range of very good accompanying videos that show you all 3 of the
mummies. They were buried with these amazing miniatures which are tiny dolls
with the most delicate textile work. We spent a long time here before heading
across the park to another museum. ...
... it had been a long day. There were a bunch of painted llama in the church courtyard so we took some photos and the went into the park. A group of rowdy River Plata fans were in there being menaces, so we got bored and jumped back on the bus to get ready to head back. Our last day in Salta was spent running errands, booking bus tickets to San Pedro de Atacama, having a big lunch with ice cream. It was a day of lasts, last milanessa, last dulce de leche and ...
... plate up. Our Gaucho meanwhile saddled up our horses ready for our trek up through the hills. Luke and I plus a German girl who lives in Australia jumped on our skinny looking horses and off we rode, at times in the wrong direction, into the hills. It was quite funny seeing Luke suffering from pain in the lower region, his facial expressions telling the story. Our Gaucho led us through some beautiful scenery that reminded us of home; green fields surrounded by tree lined ...
We woke up feeling very settled at our nice little hostel but this happiness could not last. Unfortunately people had booked the hostel meaning it was fully booked so we would have to move out. This was very saddening as we had grown to love this place like a second home. Before we were going anywhere though it was rugby time. England vs Argentina while I was in Argentina. Perfection apart from the commentary being in Spanish. The first half was an excellent display of our powerful ...
... patio de las empenadas", i was so happy, i could finally try locro (i've been waiting for months) and it was delicious (locro is soup made in most regions of Argentina but only on special occasions or holidays. However, in the north regions, it is everywhere)
We tried also the timbale which is meat cooked with corn and spices all wrapped in corn leaves, pretty tasty aswell.