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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is because they are used almost exclusively in Argentina. Fake napkins are for display I think because they're not practical in the least bit. Think of extremely thin wax paper; that's what fake napkins are. They don't really absorb anything, just kinda smear it around. Very odd, but you get used to using 20 or so in a sitting. After dinner I went back to hostel and hung out with some of the locals and made a few new friends. All the Argentine men always want to know what I ...
... with their guitars and drums. Everyone pitched in together to buy ingredients for pizzas and a five litre bottle of red. A fire was started. Music was played. In spite of the language barrier we were included in every conversation. We practiced our terrible drunk Spanish and our new friends practiced their terrible drunk English. In true Argentinian style the pizzas did not begin cooking over the fire until after 10:30, and the casual drinking didn't turn into a party until ...
... Mum and Dad) decide to come to South America one day I think Argentina and these waterfalls is a must! We got back to town and had to try and figure out how we were going to get to our next stop as Puerto Iguazu is way out on this small finger of Argentina that pokes off to the east and we needed to head west. Our next stop was going to be Salta and it was going to be two buses and I can't even remember how long. We really should have kept track of the hours ...
... Political Reasons" so Plan B was activated. Drive to Cafayate for a 10am **** up. To put this into perspective, we had been driving for 5 hours by the time we arrived at the campsite in Cafayate. We had been camping for a week prior. When we arrived we were given 30minutes to put up the tents and be back on the truck for the vineyards. I can't express how sh*t we all looked when we arrived and how fast 9 ladies, showered, shaved the legs, did the hair and make up and put on ...
... tour by a local who took us around the small town and gave us a brief history of the church and statues. As planned we jumped off at Tilcara on our way back to Salta so we could have a night up in the mountains. The setting was very dramatic as we were surrounded by the imperious mountains and small marching bands strolled around the towns, warming up for their upcoming festival. We had planned a trek up the mountain, but ...