Albergue Juvenil Humahuaca
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... they are not allowing photographs to be taken, much to the boys disappointment. We had a good discussion about guns and religion!
It was also interesting that the small pueblo was having a celebration as we arrived and so there was 30 or 40 villagers gathered together eating and drinking together.
... the hostel that night we met quite a few other backpackers that were also affected by the bus strike and wondering how they were going to get out of Salta and listened in to everyone elseīs ideas about what to do next if the bus strike still didnīt end the following morning. It didnīt end the next morning! So armed with a fluent Spanish speaking Belgian girl, me and Anna went off in search for someone who would be able to drive us to ...
... human clothes on the mountain, to make out as if he had a bigger army. From there, we drove to Humuaca, an ancient town with a beautiful statue on top of a hill and huge steps leading up to it. There was also another ancient church, also dating back to the 16thC, which was very impressive! It was a very romantic and relaxed and we enjoyed walking through it. When we got back to the designated bus stop at the right hour, the bus wasn't there and there were no people around. ...
The next morning we hopped on a bus to the small town of Purmamarca, two hours north of Salta.
As we climbed higher into the Quebrada de Humahuaca (multi coloured mountain range) we were in awe of the scenery. The mountains were like dusty terracotta peaks with layers of multi-coloured rock ranging from pink, to brown, to orange and everything in between, streaking through them. The caleidescope rock contrasted ...
... of hours along a river, which was very dry at this time of the year, to try and get to the next village. It was supposed to be a very scenic walk but after an hour and a half we gave up. It was not getting any prettier and we still had a long way to go to get back to Salta that evening because the car had to be returned, so we turned around and headed back.
The drive back was just as nice as the drive down and we stopped at the highest ...
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