Norte Rupreste

Address: Tilcara, Province of Jujuy, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tilcara

Arriving in Argentina

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Sep 09, 2014

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... a lush green campsite. Here we settled down for a couple of days to take in the chilled vibe, bright starry nights, and massive red-striped mountains around us. On our final day we took a hike up one of the surrounding hills to a giant canyon and waterfall named the Garganta del Diablo (devil's throat). It was a stinking hot, but breathtakingly beautiful walk. Late that night, on the back of some successful busking by Sam, we stepped into a ...

New Year, New Country

A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Jan 01, 2014

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... so colorful they seem fake: the most beautiful one, the mountain of the seven colors, looks like a giant cake of many layers and strange colors. The village itself is quite nice, and the faces of the people constantly remind you how close Bolivia is and how much you are moving away from Argentina and the European origins of its inhabitants. On the way back, chaos again: a huge traffic jam a few kilometers long, caused by the latest storm that flooded the highway with a river ...

Hot dogs!

A travel blog entry by nadinehanlon on May 09, 2013

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... place to stop for our avocado and bread lunch! When we got back into the town the tourist buses had arrived and the plaza was overrun with tourists scouting out souvenirs from the tens of market stalls that had been set up whilst we were out. It was really funny to see it so busy after arriving into such a peaceful little village the night before.

Having seen everything we had wanted to in Humahuaca we left the next morning and ...

Tilcara - and the Border crossing

A travel blog entry by dimi81 on Nov 14, 2011

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... sup> Argentinean stop, Tilcara. And really I could not have picked a worse bus.. The company recommended by fellow travellers, Balut (which let me tell you we took from Tilcara was not that much better actually), only had a bus leaving at 3pm (we had arrived at the bus station at 12pm. But another co. Panamericana had one leaving at 1pm. So Panamericana it was – OMG, this bus musta been from 1975 it was SOO old!!! (funnily enough they also have some ...

The Market where all our money went

A travel blog entry by skill77 on Oct 07, 2011

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... stopped he stopped. He then followed us all the way back down and in and out of shops for the next hour. The dogs here just seem to love following us on trails and if I hadnīt seen the dog previously putting its nose in **** then I would have found it cute.

2. The Market
Everyday, the local native people set up their stalls around the main plaza. There are probably 100 stalls and 15 small shops all selling handmade products. After a few laps of the stalls ...