Hostal La Sonada
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal La Sonada Humahuaca
Muy lindo hotel. Atención excelente. Cómodo, bien ubicado y muy acogedor.
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... could still eat it for lunch before we leave. I couldn't make myself wake up for a 6am bus but Pablo has limited time to get to Peru so he left before us. He said he was going to take the train on Thursday from Villazon to Uyuni so hopefully we will get on the same train as we planned to do the same with a night in Humahuaca. We bid farewell to Pablo and exchanged contact details. He is a really nice friend. Maybe someday we can visit him in Rosario- The hometown of Lionel Messi and Che ...
... he broke out into Beatles renditions instead whilst our hippy B&B owner found some other hippies to hang out with and appeared back later that night stoned to show us the way back to our home for the night.
The next morning me and Anna decided to get up early to see the sun rise from the top of the monument in the centre of the village. Unfortunately we had no idea what time sun rise would be in this part of Argentina so ...
... series of mountain ranges. To see these we drove through three valleys, Valle Calchiquies on Ruta 40, Valle de Lerma on Highway 68 and Quebrada de Humahuaca on Highway 9. The later has even been given World Heritage Site status.
On Ruta 40 we wild camped again and this time got bugged by millions of tiny flies. Luckily they didn’t seem to bite. The owner of the land wandered over and seemed quite happy for us to ...
... it took us two hours to walk up the mountain and only 20 minutes to get down. Hungry after our adventures we found Tina's place on the road out of town which served up a mean quinoa tortilla - no bottom lip moment here.
We could have stayed in Iruya's for days admiring the pretty, well organised town full of smiling faces and hiking the surrounding mountains, however Bolivia was beckoning and it was sadly time to leave.
... sun setting and then we realized the sun was setting behind Salinas Grandes....breath-taking. We pulled over and took a moment to take it in blasting Paradise - Cold Play from the car. It was great.
We drove a bit further and at this point it was almost dark...we approached a fork in the road where there was a big green sign. Didnt see Salinas Grandes on it, but after 2.5 seconds of stopping to look at it, Alex turned left at the fork. "Do we know this ...