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... and past some altiplano lakes and small salt pans until we
crossed the border into Argentina. This was a fairly slow border which had both
the Chilean and Argentinian immigration together. The bus boy removed all the
passenger baggage and put it on the path nearby so that when you finished
immigration you had to grab your own bags and take them inside and through an X-ray
machine which was mainly concerned about agricultural produce. Back on the ...
... hot springs which still maintain a constant temperature of 50º 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 ...
... This was was even better than the nights before. We stayed up late reminising over our last few months meeting up as the next time we would see each other would be back in blighty. They still have some many weeks ahead lucky buggers - Columbia on the horizon.
Waking up at 6.30 after going to bed at 2 was not good but we had a long journey to the Bolivian border. Wo hoooo cannot wait 3400m above sea level. A 10 hour journey on a bumpy road and feeling sick! Sounds great ...
... Great idea, particularly given that Claire was hiking in her summer sandshoes with only her cigarettes for sustenance and neither of us had much of a clue about the Argentinian jungle. The national park is renowned for its wildlife, including jaguars and pumas. We didn't encounter a jaguar, but did have some kind of small wild cat leap across the path and make some fairly angry-sounding hissing/growling noises, at which point we turned around. The forest ...
... men.... in this little town girls have babies as young as 13 so me being 25 I guess my auntie thought its time to find me a husband. I told her im doing fine just travelling for now!
After two days in Sarabia, I went to Oran a much bigger town still in Salta, to visit Yoli´s youngest daughter, Agostina, who is studying there. I only stayed there one day as I had to make my way to Jujuy and then be back in Salta for ...