Hostal El Alcazar Salta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and half salsa lesson:) safe to say my legs are killing me! Tomorrow we ARE going to Uruguay to get our US dollars:p Wednesday 1st October Breakfast then on to the metro downtown for the boat to Colonial del Sacramento (Uruguay). Added another stamp to the collection at passport control, before Becca pasted me at Pontoon (gone my own back at Rumi later on). Boat was actually a catamaran as promised this time (unlike Ilha Grande). Unfortunately, this didn't make Rebecca any less ...
... and its people so friendly. It's amazing to be able to speak the language at least a bit to make conversation with the locals and ask for the route when lost. Yeah I definitely can say I'm looking forward to come back and explore the south but for now: muchissimas gracias Argentina. Mucho gusto and can't wait to be back in three months. It's time to cross boarders again. Off to Bolivia!!!!! Soundtrack: It's gotta be the backlash of frozen mixed with milonga. I'll surely miss ...
... of camping in a fairly remote and quiet town, surrounded by vineyards and mountains, enjoying steak and gelato, after a long days of hiking was continued in Salta. Except by mountains and steak, I mean mountains of steak. A gaucho grill barbecue where 20 something kilos of meat disappeared in one meal time. Visiting the ranch, enjoying a great horse ride on amazing horses, followed by the amazing meal and wine, and lasso lessons from an actual Argentine gaucho. What an epic way to ...
... as there were a lot of people. I began feel a bit light headed and was told I looked 'blanco,' so took a very necessary seat on the floor. Fortunately Martin had a bottle of water with him which I drank. Eventually I was able to stand on two feet again and join in the grumbling about our wait.
Martin and Max were pretty funny actually, the observations and comments they made as they compared the service to German efficiency, really put ...
... had a wonder around the town. Not much else to do apart from shopping, but as I've already said, Bolivia will be better for that. On the way back from Humahuaca we stop again at Purmamarca for a quick break and to have a look at the village before heading back to Salta. This was an ok tour, would be much better to see the places in your own car rather than take a special tour. But worth seeing the stunning rock formations. Just as I return ...