Norte Rupreste

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

Severni Argentina / NW ARGENTINA

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Feb 24, 2014

... maslicko..mnamka..vyhled na hory.. nejlepsi..dzus..
vyrazime smer..Pumamarca..Prochazka po Kopci sedmi barev..azurve nebe stale..
dojedeme do teprve neco po devate rano..moclidi neni.. mistni rozkadaji stly..stanky s oblecenim..serepetickama, nausnicema, ale i krasnejma vecma.. snazime se mc pak..ptame se mistnich na cestu..tu cestu kolem mesta, kde prechazi zrak..radi nam.. jsou mili..pratelsti..asi i tim, ze my jsme mile a to ...

Tilcara - tiny town

A travel blog entry by beansontour on Jun 08, 2013

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... an easy game in these parts. We were given an extremely friendly welcome in our Tilcara hostel, even given a map which is one up on most hostels! We wandered the town and instantly liked it; small, quiet, good eateries, no-one bothering you, surrounded by hills. We munched on some Llama, spiced Mexican style = good if a little chewy. To complete our Llama experience, Ellie purchased some Llama socks from the quaint little market in the main plaza. Forgot to ...

Purmamarca to Tilcara. More Bread 4 Breakfast.

A travel blog entry by lovintheworld17 on Jul 09, 2012

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... Maimara looked similar to the pueblos in Peru...tiny homes with mud and clay roofs, handmade stick fences, plastic to cover windows.

Tilcara was smaller than I'd expected. The guidebook and tripadvisor made it sound much bigger and built up than purmamarca. I had the opposite feeling. Of course there are more streets and a lot more people, but it was slightly less touristy than purmamarca. Maybe this was because ...

Chilling in the garden

A travel blog entry by joandmike on Aug 18, 2011

... of chilling, listening to the cricket and playing a lot of cards whilst listening to music in our little cabana we decided it was probably time to head on and continue our journey onto Salta. We had thoroughly enjoyed our very relaxing and peaceful time in the delightful town of Tilcara and Mike was feeling loads better so onto Salta it was, which was thankfully only 4 hours away on yet another bus !! ...

The Long Road Trip - Salt Flats

A travel blog entry by mnasf on Aug 10, 2011

We left town for the salt flats. Angie told us that we would have to go up about 10,000 feet in elevation on the trip to the salt flats.

The road we took was in very good condition, but it just kept going up and up. We were soon high above where the cactus grew and there was only a little bit of grass.

The view as we went up the mountain was very impressive and it just got better the higher up we went. ...