Wilson Apart Hotel

Alvarado 1013, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, A4402AAK, Argentina | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Salta

Friendly Cacti

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


... a few decades ago, 6,700m up in the Andes, west of Salta, near the Chilean border. Three children's graves were uncovered. The remains of the graves, including burial gifts and the bodies too, are exhibited in the museum. The artefacts were interesting and very intricate - showing the social standing of the children - but the one body on show, still in the crouched position in which she was buried, was quiet morbid. The conditions nearly 7km up in the ...

Road Tripp!

A travel blog entry by ashhigh


... open the local wine we had bought for around 3 a bottle - it was the premium stuff! There are lots of vineyards in the area so we thought we should make the most of it. After the BBQ one of the locals gave us some coca leaves to try - you're meant to just push them up in to your cheeks and leave them for an hour or two, but they were pretty bitter and didn't seem to do anything, but Ash kept cramming them in ...

Colourful mountains and juicy steaks

A travel blog entry by mirja.bester


... there since there didn't seem to be a quick end to the storm. Later on that day, some street corners were still flooded, making it hard for pedestrians or cars to cross. That night, we went to another typical Argentine restaurant where Charl went for "bife de chorizo" (a different cut of beef, nothing to do with the Spanish sausage) and I tried a "locro", an Andean stew. The next day, we were curiously awaiting our first VIP service on an 15-hour overnight bus to San ...

Day 30 - Last day in Argentina!

A travel blog entry by kano-n-kirky


... was fun. He followed us all the steps down and then to the main square in the city before disappearing :( It was sunny again today so we sat about the square for a bit then took a walk around all the shops. We went to supermarket for dinner stuff and decided on hot dogs with salad because it worked out £3 between us. Unfortunately it tasted rank! ...

Carrettera de Viaje con mis padres

A travel blog entry by rowannewman


... some of the most strange of scenery Quebrada de Calchiquila where the wind has sculpted windows, towers, castles friars and frogs into the hillsides! Our next stop, Molinos was beautiful, a small pueblito which served as a centre for indigenous populations. A cracking museum (whoops i sounds like my old man) showed us what life here is like and that they have refurbished the old town to as it was andit therefore seemed it hadn't changed for ...


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