La Albahaca Hostel
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... dry and when we took a look in the kitchen, we saw that almost all the food was kept fresh in Tupperware containers. We now know that the cake probably was older and therefore tasted so dry. We had come to Tilcara to visit the ruins of an ancient fortress. This was now for the next day on our map. We walked the three kilometers to the ruins and made the corresponding cacti Gartenrast. In this garden a cactus is planted for each deceased A-residents of ...
... 2531) was amazing eye candy every turn, plus I got to see a large herd of wild llama and donkeys( always a highlight for me) we drove to a maximum altitude of 3457 over the mountains. Cachi is about 10kms from Payogasta so after booking into our hotel we drove into to Cachi for a look, it's a lovely little town Payogasta is a little off the beaten track for a lot of English speaking people so tonight's communication is interesting, we are staying at small boutique winery and it's ...
... the Algorrobo (a 700-800 year old tree) at the edge of the town, however since the town was so small everything was at the edge of the town. After settling into our rooms and freshening up we headed out to explore Purmamarca The town is one of the major stops for a lot of travellers, so it predominantly contained a number of local eateries and streets were lined with locals selling their extremely colorful clothes and wares. After exploring the town ...
... cheese and like it had not been cooked. The people who worked at the place were very nice.
On the way home we stopped at a leather store and Parker got a belt and a wallet. Then we went back to the hotel. The dogs were bad, but not as bad as the night before.
Shaeleigh and Malesa also discovered a new candy they loved. It was a Milka chocolate egg with a toy inside.
We had a very peaceful nights sleep, and loved the ...
We saw many beautiful cacti, views each more spectacular than the last and had explanations of places and villages from our driver.
Then, as we turned a bend in the road and started our descent, our driver proudly announces "Salinas Grandes" as he pointed at a shimmering White mirage in the distance.
A quick stop to look at and photograph a "turtle rock" before heading off to experience something completely ...