Hostal Condor Pass

Address: Urquiza 675, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hostel
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    Lake Titicaca, Peru - Cafayate, Argentina

    A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on Oct 25, 2014

    45 photos

    ... top to keep the island in use. Each island can last up to 25years before they must start the process of building a new island to live on. The islands are fairly close to the mainland of Peru so they are able to get some supplies boated in when needed but for the most part they lived of fish that they caught and ate the roots of the reeds (which apparently taste like banana). Their toilet situation was very interesting as they fish from the water near their island if they need to go ...

    Roadtrip in Argentina's NW Salta & Jujuy provinces

    A travel blog entry by ru_and_dan on Jun 03, 2014

    25 photos

    ... narrow streets and cobbled pedestrian alleys - very easy to wonder around and whittle the day away.


    Museo de Arqueologia de Alta Montana (MAAM) - a really interesting insight into Incan culture, it was created after 3 mummies of Incan children were discovered in 1999 near the summit of Mount LLullaillaco (the third highest active volcano in the world at 6,739m). The children were buried alive with other statues and objects in a ...

    New day, new country

    A travel blog entry by erinj on Nov 14, 2013


    ... back until 4:30/5AM) makes Salta pretty unforgettable. The next day we try our hand at money exchanging and I feel like we are in some gangster movie. Max then walks through the main plaza with thousands of pesos in his hand and I worry we will be mugged. All works out well though, and after a quick (by South American standards) lunch, it's off to the bus station and farewell to the last of the salt flats ...

    Day 55 Salta

    A travel blog entry by elliotgamble on Nov 09, 2013

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    ... on the inside. I personally am not a big fan of churches and cathedrals so was cracking jokes and showing flaws in it all. Larry on the other hand told me to keep my atheist views to myself so he could take in the marvel of it all. Eventually him and Beto had taken in there church fix so we left to explore more of Salta. We came across an ice cream shop where Larry and Beto had some very impressive looking ice creams. I personally couldn't stomach it after the massive lunch ...


    A travel blog entry by daveserrao on Jun 14, 2013

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    ... welcoming than Humahuaca. We went on a hick of 8 km called La Garguanta del Diablo, it was really peacefull and calm to walk in those huge mountain around the cactus to end up to waterfall.

    During the all road up north you'll see many red sanctury on the side of the road, regarding what I understood it is to honore the Gaucho Antonio Gil, he was the local Robin Hood, stoling ...