Camino del Inca
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... cold water within a few seconds of the event. A local called an ambulance which arrived in a very short time and took them off for checks at the local hospital. From there they then went to Salta for R&R. They seem to have been very lucky - minor burns that though very sore at the moment are expected to heal with no scars etc. Just makes you think how life is potentially so fickle.
Subdued camp after this and off to bed we went.
I left for the border at 6:30. It was a cold walk but the movement helped me feel warmer than I had all night. I was pumped to cross but nothing is ever as easy as it should be in Bolivia; first, the Bolivian customs told me I couldn't cross because I never received an entry stamp. Apparently the visa I received at the border wasn't good enough. They were supposed to give me a stamp as well, unbeknownst to me, and never did. I pleaded with them and they eventually agreed to ...
... warm as the windows were broken but it was better than outside. At 6am we all got kicked out so that the man could clean the room! So I got turfed out and tried ringing the doorbell at the hostel again. No answer :-(. I then went back and curled up outside the bus station until the man finished cleaning and told me I could go back in. Then I had another sort of nap and finally at 7.30 the sun began to rise. I then went back to the hostel and ...
... ft besaß, Fußball spielten.
Nun besichtigten wir die Kirche. Sie war nicht wirklich groß aber das spezielle daran waren die Gemälde an den Wänden.Die abgebildeten Engel sahen aus wie die Spanischen Eroberer und besaßen Schusswaffen. Wir erfuhren später in einem Museum in Salta, dass diese Abbildungen von Engeln mit Waffen einmalig in der ganzen Welt sind. Diese Gemälde sind so einzigartig, dass sie vor ein paar Jahren extra nach Rom gebracht wurden um sie dort ...
... track only a foot or two wide, with steep drop offs and crumbly rocks which gave way under our feet every time we stood a bit too close to the edge! At one point we turned a corner to be greeted by 2 sheep dogs herding mountain goats along the mountain ridge. One of the mountain goats (the biggest mountain goat I have ever seen with enormous horns and a menacing stare!) and one of the sheep dogs took an instant disliking to us and ...
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