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... village of Malmara.
The range behind the village is called the Painter’s Palette reflecting its
rainbow colours. Also from this spot you can see the town cemetery which is on
a nearby hill to the highway where the residents have great views. We arrived
back in Juyuy and decided to leave dinner till fairly late so we checked out
the nearby supermarkets where we plan to buy supplies in the morning for lunch
during our bus trip south.
... hot springs which still maintain a constant temperature of 50║ C." but, on getting off the bus we found two things; a hotel where we were directed to their basement level spa, quick exit with a no thanks; a walk of a few hundred metres to a swimming pool that turned out to be the place we were meant to go and it was actually filled by warm water from a natural hot spring. We lounged about in the warm water ...
... supposed to take things so the next day we decided the best thing to do would be to hire bikes out and go on a 50km bike ride! However it was much easier than we thought and it was perhaps the most incredible bike ride we have done yet.
The guy at the rental shop said that it was mostly downhill on the way well I dont know which direction he was going in because I think it was the other way round. We cycled to one of the Quebrada towns and collapsed in a heap ...
... s Kitchen podcasts and reading my book. By the end of the day I had made my peace with Jujuy and was ready to face the rest of the trip. This was helped quite a bit by the friendship of one of the girls from my tour, Claire. Claire is a Parisian who works as an artist's representative in Buenos Aires, travels in pretty little summer frocks and maintains her rake-like figure with a diet of chain-smoking. So we were an unlikely combo, but we were both happy for ...
... home with all the family. They were very happy to see me and gave me a very warm welcome. Gonzalo, Don Jaime┤s oldest son, invited me to his daughter┤s 15th birthday which would be held a week away. In Argentina, a 15th birthday is almost as important and flashy as a wedding so I promised to return for the celebration.
That same evening I caught a bus to Apolinario Sarabia, a little town in the province of Salta ...