Canto del Viento
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... br> nejaky auto..ts..ale profilovka..
jdeme zpatky.. kupujeme chleba..u ubrikantu..rozumej autoopravna.. lubircanto je to ve spanelstine..zastavujeme.. pomaha nam nejaky ridic, nikolivek pracišovnik. neni to tak vazny..trosku se nam ulevi.. vracime se dohostelu..bilevinko..skvelej, opakuji skvelej salatek.. mnam..a..ted sprcha a na kute a dalsi dobrodrustvi..
nase osobnosti..musim rict, ze to zvladame skvele.. proste..krasny i ne ty krasny veci prozivame..a jdeme dal..
... mountains of 7 different mineral colours, but it kicks ass.
A real treat mixing the argentinian culture with Bolivian culture to make their own unique way of life.
I would stay longer, but the Bolivian boarder and all the craziness that comes with it is calling for me.
Still no luck with getting my phone working, and my camera is on the verge of a breakdown. Onwards and upwards?
PS. Hows work going for you hommies ;)
... of rather expensively but unconvincingly re-constructed ruins, you've kind of seen them all. We tried valiantly to be enthusiastic, but ultimately it became clear that it was just too hot, and smelt too much of llama. No really. In the afternoon, we went to the famous museum where they display the only other perfectly preserved Incan mummy besides those we'd seen in Salta. Imagine our disappointment when, in the case intended for the mummy, there was just a small, ...
... who turns out a performance in the local townhall. In short, a nice place Tilcara. Meanwhile, we get hungry again and ordered some local food in a restaurent. After the empenadas the gas turned off it and we leave with an empty stomach. The next restaurant was better and I got a delicious steak that also tastes good. We walk back towards our beautiful hotel and I went to sleep.
... I was very happy when we arrived at our hotel, the Las Terrazas. It was a beautiful place built into the side of the hill. It had some green grass and some fountains. It was truly and oasis in Tilcara. I was glad we were staying here over any other place in the city.
After we checked into the hotel and got settled, we went to the main square to do some shopping. Angie told us that the items sold here would be the best prices ...