La Posada de Juan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... social and religious life in the Inca world. The museum also had information about The Queen of the Hill, another Inca girl. In the 1920s, the tomb of this girl, who had been sacrificed in Salta, was looted. The girl's body and her treasures were bought, traded and stored in a basement. After many years she was returned to Salta. After the museum I headed to the grocery store to pick up some food for dinner and lunch and brought it back to the ...
... not really a whole lot to do in Salta. Chris joined some of the boys for a walk up a hill to a view point of the city, while I went back to the hostel for some rest. We are right at the foothills of the Andes and watching the sunset just behind them was really beautiful tonight. We had a smashing curry for dinner and an early night planned. Unfortunately or fortunately depending on ones desires, the hostel is ...
... of a woman with a baby. She was called Difunta (which means death) she died of thirst in the desert but her baby lived on on her breast milk. Next to the shrine were water bottles full of water as an offering, i'm not sure what happened to the baby! Going in to the small town of Purmamarca was lovely, the town is very native with most shops selling alpaca jumpers and hats which are not that practical for Buenos Aires for instance ...
... was a municipal site with a large pool, but we were told that there has never been any water in it. Hurray it's full for the first time and only been open a week, so it's still clean. It's absolutely huge.
Lots of locals enjoying the pool (8000 visiting it that day). Very funny when we discovered the girls chatting up Pete were only 15, he got a lot of stick. ...
... 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 ...