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... which was closed for repairs
until Thursday. Next we visited the excellent High Altitude archaeological
museum. They have 3 Incan child mummies that were found at the top of a nearby
Andean mountain peak. They have only one on exhibit at a time and rotate which
one is on display each time. We saw the mummy of a 6 year old girl that they
called Lightning Girl because sometime after she was buried on the ...
... I brought a post card. It was not what I was expecting but still pretty cool. The Inca had drawn the images/ paintings of the angels because they asked the men what angels were as they were constantly talking about them. The men replied they look like us with wings. So they drew angels that look like spanish men in fancy clothes with guns. Jujuy was the next and final stop on our route home to Salta. Were a little over it by this stage and just wanted to get back to ...
... Starters: Bread
Mains: Steak (choose your cut from the bbq)
Drinks: Red wine (0.5 litre) or Water
Cost: £4 per person
Now given that this was the biggest, tenderest, most delicious steak I have ever had, I think that we may become regulars. As we were chomping down the last few bites and planning how many wine tours we could fit in tomorrow, we once again felt very fortunate to be here! I think tonight I'll swap the t-bone for the ...
... to experience the Gaucho culture. Gaucho is the term used to represent what essentially is a cowboy. The ranch was on the outskirts of Salta, about half an hour drive into the surrounding hills. Upon arrival a very large man greeted us with a glass of wine and got started on the Asado. Luke later found out he played rugby for Argentina, although he wasn't convinced. Another huge feast, we felt sorry for our horses as I'm sure we ate half a cow. The chef continued to pile ...
... errors. But I am keeping them in as this is how she spoke.
We arrived at Salta by midday, somehow there were no taxi at the airport and I was so stupid to spend all my coins the day before so we couldn't take the bus. Lucky the girl from the tourism booth nicely offer us to drop us in the city center. We put our bags in the hostel and hit town to first get some lunch in the ...