Albergue Juvenil Humahuaca
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Cute colonial town north of Salta, worth a quick visit. Loads of handicraft for sale.
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Salta is so far one of the prettiest cities we have been in in a while. The handicrafts are actually different from other areas of Argentina and full of colour! We walked around the town a bit and found the main plaza, church and artisanal market. It was nice, freezing cold but nice. We decided to have a nice lunch, matambre steak and pork, bbq'd …
... do happen and people should not be so naive to make such a statement. I get it that you are patriotic and have so much pride for your country but that was just so irrelevant. Describing an actual incident isn't saying the country is dangerous. It happens everywhere in the world. I didn't want to dampen anyone's mood so I let her say whatever she wants without saying anything back. I lost my appetite afterwards so we kept the food for tomorrow's lunch before heading to La ...
... on the stones around here are beautiful.
Plenty of walks and the like you can do in this area, but we're just hanging around town, taking in the indian feel of the place. Definitely a large percentage of indians in the population here, compared with further south (and lower down), so it's nice to have this as a contrast to the two big cities we've been over the past week. There is ...
... If anyone reading this has been to South America you know that there are hundreds of thousands of wild and stray dogs around. And that these wild and stray dogs dislike cars driving through their turf. And that the reaction of wild and stray dogs disliking you driving through their turf is to chase you along the road, somehow amazingly keeping up with whatever speed you are doing, whilst trying to bit your tyres. Well... unfortunately ...
... altitude conspired against me and I drunkenly collapsed into bed fully clothed to the sounds of 'Darl, take out your contact lenses!' Classy bird, me.
The next morning we were keen to set off to a remote Andean town called Iruya, which Tom and Min had recommended to us. It was a 5 hour bus journey so we decided to break for lunch in another pretty town called Tilcara. Lunch was goat cheese empanadas, which are currently sitting ...
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