La Posada de Juan
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and its people so friendly. It's amazing to be able to speak the language at least a bit to make conversation with the locals and ask for the route when lost. Yeah I definitely can say I'm looking forward to come back and explore the south but for now: muchissimas gracias Argentina. Mucho gusto and can't wait to be back in three months. It's time to cross boarders again. Off to Bolivia!!!!! Soundtrack: It's gotta be the backlash of frozen mixed with milonga. I'll surely miss ...
My last stop in Argentina was Salta, in the north west. So it was with a heavy heart that I said goodbye to pizza, parrilla and pasta. Actually, my hard was probably happy to eat a bit healthier. But Salta was the perfect location to get me ready for Atacama and Bolivia. Whilst the town was gorgeous, with European architecture, the north western cuisine was different to the rest of Argentina, as was the landscape. I finally found Argentinian dishes ...
... as I finished our loop home toward Salta down Ruta 33 and La Cuesta del Obispo. The Andes looming above, with reminders to watch out for llamas crossing, we began our descent from 11,000 ft at Piedra del Molino, where the paved road stopped and the 30km of endless switchbacks began. The vistas were incredible, with a canopy of clouds settling in the ridges and valleys below us. Small shrines along the way reminded you to take it ...
... getting wet, then it takes you away around the other side of this island where you go really close to this waterfall and get absolutely soaked. Wearing a poncho helps but not alot. Then you go back around to the main waterfall area and go up close to that one where you get soaked again. It was awesome. It's only a short boat ride (12 minutes) but it was worth it. When we got off the boat we got offered to buy the DVD of our ride, only for the price of $25 USD (as much as the boat ...
... 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 ...