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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... I did, and the guy just shrugged his shoulders and said he didn't know what I was talking about... I'll never know if the guy was trying to scam me or if he was just illegally selling a lower priced ticket. Either way, the deal was gone so I boarded the bus I paid 1,100 pesos for and we left. We drove for ten minutes, and just as I was thinking, "great, now I can sleep," the bus pulled over due to a strike which had closed the road. We had to get off the bus, take all ...
... pick up truck up and up and up for about 30 minutes to las sierras de hornocal. We got there a little late but we did catch the sunset a little bit. You can see in the photos the beautiful colours of the mountains. On the way back down we played Paper Scissors Stone to see who would ride in the back of the pick up. No one wanted to as it was pretty cold by now. I lost and me and the Essex girl sat in the back. It turned out really quite nice though. We ...
... Beigeschmack war schon vorhanden. Wir wussten nun, dass es besser ist, dass wir beide in keiner Backstube in Zukunft arbeiten sollten.
Am nächsten Tag hieß es wieder zusammen zu packen, da der Bus nach Iruya auf uns nicht warten würde.
Armed Engel & homemade Züpfe
By bus it went towards Urquia to a specific church. We told the driver that he has to let out us there. So we drove comfortably from village to village and took every now and ...
... he decided it's better for him to cook instead. Hahahaha! I was so looking forward to trying new recipes from him. He made some home recipes of soup and beef with carrots and pumpkins and it was delicious. He said it's his grandmother's recipe from his hometown, Rosario. Something people eat at home and not sold outside. It was so heartwarming and so tasty but he cooked so much we didn't finish it. Pablo is taking the 6am bus tomorrow to La Quiaca and we chose the 1pm bus to Humahuaca ...
... no more than the cost of a bus. It took us a while - 1 and a half hours of walking around every taxi stand in town to be precise - but we did eventually find a local man, not a taxi driver, who was willing to take us, and pretty much the same price as we would have paid for the bus. By now we also had met Sego, a French girl also wanting to go to Humahuaca, so the 3 of us jumped into our new local friend Pancho´s car to set off on what ...