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... onboard) however this involved all 60-something passengers getting off the bus, identifying their stowed luggage and then queuing up for a rather lengthy and thorough bag search. I might add that this particular police search was in the middle of the red countryside with not another town in sight. When our turn came, the police took one look at our extremely well-packed compressed luggage (we have soooo much stuff we need to get rid of, packing is always ...
... of the llama, that was great because I have never seen any before. We also stopped in the little town of Purmamarca, quite touristic but attractive place with lots of indigenas people selling their goods. I noticed that all the ladies were dressed in trousers instead of the traditional pleated skirts. It was a long day and we did not get back into Salta until 22.00 in time for dinner (yes they have dinner very late here in Argentina).
Salta is great. I started today by taking the gondola-telferico-cable
car up to a high point that overlooked the city. Then I took the 1,200
stepped-path through the mountain back down. Sometimes I would go a
little off the beaten path and I liked it. I then went to a modern art
museum and it had one exhibit of little kids doing similar paintings of
famous artist. I´ll probably take the bus ...
... noget mad og fik købt lidt øl, vin og chips til senere.
Hjemme på vores hostel sad flere unge mennesker ude på terrassen og hyggede sig, så dem slog vi os ned hos efter et hurtigt bad. Det viser sig at være et sted med en hulens masse israelere. Pigen i receptionen er opvokset i Israel og stedet er anbefalet på en israelsk hjemmeside for israelere. De var søde og interessede og vi havde en hyggelig time med dem, inden vi gik tilbage i hullet.
... off life!
We went for a lovely late afternoon walk to the viewpoint up above Salta – Cerro San Bernardo - for sunset views over the city and surrounding countryside. Salta reminds me a lot of Pretoria with the hills, warm days and nights and flowering jacaranda trees. Not surprising I guess, as it is at about the same latitude.
The highlight in Salta for us was the MAAM – the museum of high altitude archeology (Museo ...