Hostal Condor Pass

Urquiza 675, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Salta

The Grass is Greener on the Other Side

A travel blog entry by peteindira on Mar 06, 2014

21 photos

The walls are a deep shade of green, the heavy wooden doors rise high towards the slanted ceiling lined with thick wooden support beams. The building, probably several hundred years old has the look of an inn, a role it most likely served at some point in its existence. On our table, a giant collection of cuts of grilled meat sizzles away in the metal serving dish. As I pick up the half finished bottle of malbec to fill our glasses a short stocky ...

Argentina - the final frontier

A travel blog entry by huntingaurochs on Dec 10, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

... of the other patrons, we understood that there were gunmen on the loose in the main square, looking for places to loot. Later it emerged that a massive police strike had begun, and the police were refusing to intervene. And the hostel lady told us that Salta was muy seguro!

Next destination? Well that would depend on how the bus timetable looks, but our plan is to make our way to Buenos Aires and hopefully via a delightful beachside town. ...

Salta and North West Argentina

A travel blog entry by candcthai on Sep 05, 2013

31 photos

... In amongst the goat pens there are lots of chickens and ducks as well. The baby goats, some only a few days old, are really cute. Afterwards we spend half an hour chatting to the woman in the shop and sampling some of the numerous varieties of cheese on sale. They are all delicious and quite unlike the goat cheeses we have had back home. The last time we stayed in Cafayate, I can recall not being that impressed but this time we really did enjoy it. Not often that the ...

Big Wheels, Bumpy Roads

A travel blog entry by sararuth on Jun 13, 2013

4 photos

Margaret and I took the overnight Andesmar bus to Salta. I was expecting it to be similar to the previous bus trip but I was sorely mistaken. Oh sure, the seats were equally uncomfortable but this time I was seated beneath the El Bano Libre sign which made a "bee-boh" sound whenever it became occupado. Also the movies and music videos were played aloud for everyone's enjoyment vs the individual headsets provided on my last bus. Finally I was kept ...

Road Trip!!!!!

A travel blog entry by spikidle on Apr 19, 2013

4 photos

... place which is well known for having wine flavoured ice cream. We stick to the Torrentés and have to say it was extremely strong but good. Day two: Cafayate - Cachi - Salta We are off early, which is good as it ended ip being a long drive. Today we are spending a lot of the day on the famous route 40, a road that stretches over 5,000km from the south of Argentina to the northern border with Bolivia. It also means however we will be driving dirt roads for the majority ...

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