La Posada de Juan
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... picked up and taken to the estancia, having to stop twice along the way to ask for directions and yes- the driver was a local! Us 8 Tucans were joined in the vehicle by 5 Australian guys (I felt the Southern Hemisphere was well represented!) and we were greeted by the Argentinian owner- Enrique and his right hand man - Jeremy. We had second breakfast, were fitted with our chaps, and mounted our beasts. Argentinians are real gauchos, so the reins are controlled by one hand- a bit of ...
After nearly filling two pages of passport with Argentina stamps it's my last visit! The usual 3 hrs hanging round border on way there! Supposed to stay 3 days but weather is ****** and I've choice to get bus next day or wait almost a week for next one so on it is I go!! Such a shame as hostel is free as it's promotion for there first year open!! So it's just few beers with people I meet and then Bolivia here I ...
... height: 25px;">The next day we spent the day driving from vineyard to vineyard with a goat farm somewhere in the middle tasting wine, cheese and going on the odd guided tour learning about how the wine is made. We had to keep pinching ourselves because this really didn't feel like we were backpacking, sitting in a vineyard sipping wine and eating cheese. But we were not complaining it was lovely day.
So the 3rd day is where it all ...
We took a night bus North to Salta. Salta is a small city close to the Bolivian border so we thought we would spend a little time there to break up the journey, plus we had heard good things about Salta from fellow travellers. The bus took us North for the whole journey with the Andes on our left, it was fantastic to see the sun set and sun rise over the mountains. We did however have to live off ham and cheese sandwhiches which was pretty ...
... ensure that we were comfortable. Niyati also loved the ride because this was something she had been wanting to do and since she can speak Spanish, Pata would eventually end up talking with her about the ride, life and everything in between. After going through all sorts of terrains, we headed back to the ranch, after about three hours. Laura had Cafayate wine, which was surprisingly amazing waiting for us followed by an authentic Argentinian Asado and the ...