Wilson Apart Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not sure why we don’t book our tickets for onward journeys as soon as we get to a destination. It would save us time going back to the bus stations, which is usually not the most exciting place to be. That is exactly what we need to do today, get a ticket to San Pedro de Atacama in Chile. When we get there we find out that the buses don’t go every day and since we don’t want to take the bus tonight at 1 am, we are left only with the next option and that is 7 am ...
... up (4 hrs later) feeling even worse. Realising we must be suffering from a bit of a bug, we took ourselves off to be fed and looked after at our favourite parilla, Don Julio. Rebecca had fillet steak and Jack had a giant sirloin, with the waiter-recommended grilled vegetables to share. Didn't really feel like drinking but knew we had to get a bottle of wine so that we could write on it and have our names immortalised on one of the shelves around us. Went for an Argentinian Malbec ...
And not really any photos to show unfortunately. We arrived as the sun was going down and by the time we had pitched our tents and got the kitchen set up it was already dark. The story of how we ended up where we did is quite good though: last time Izabela came through with a group they camped next to an abandoned gas station, pretty much in ...
... like us, for a much better rate. It was a bit of a strange experience, bargaining with locals for their life earnings. We managed to change some money and settled on 1 dollar for $11.40 pesos.
Our next mission was to find a dentist. Being a Saturday we questioned how easy this would be but Salta is big enough for there to be a 24 hour dentist service. We arrived and enquired about an appointment for a filling. At first I thought it was ...
... two other Argentinians up for some adventures.
The north is beautiful and it is hard to choose between that and Patagonia as they are both so beautiful but different. The good thing with the North is that it is way cheaper than the more touristy Patagonia. Good weather on top of that, everything was there to spend a fantastic time.
After driving around remote places below Salta we carry on going North taking local buses. ...