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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... cliffs. Again it was very rocky and you could see where there had been a river but it was pretty much all dried up. We then went back to the main road in hope that a bus would pass quickly. It took an hour or so for a bus to stop but we all piled on and went back to Humahuca, about 45 minutes. We then had a look at some local markets and I bought a hat and gloves in preparation for the cold salt flats in Bolivia. We then had a look around the town 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 ...
... at the top are waterfalls (they donīt exactly compare to Iguazu but still unexpected!), a cafe, and to top it off a fully functioning gym with men in tight t-shirts pumping iron and lycra clad ladies sweating it out to disco tunes in the middle of an outdoor spinning class, watched by an audience of locals and their children shaking their booties along to the music! Like I said... not your average gondola!
Over a bottle of ...
... days. There were so many ruins, huge - absolutely huge- cacti and a stunning view from the top! Now, a new pyramid at the top commemorates the two guys, who discovered the site and did the most work, but it is also above the spot, where the main ceremonies would have been held back during the Inca period. As we were driving, there were a lot of cacti in the mountains and the guide explained that when the Spaniards came to chase out the indigenous people, these dressed some ...
... part and parcel of our Argentinian odyssey.
Our overriding memory of Salta is of clothes shops, endless shoe stores and hot dog stands. Unmesmorised by Salta's spell we were keen to head out of the city into into the rural northern pueblos (towns) to get a glimpse of the mountains and rural Andean life.
One great thing did happen in Salta though - we picked up season 1 box set of Modern Family. One guess what we got up to that night ...