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From Salta we headed north through the gorge known as the Quebrada de Humahuaca. The mountain walls of the gorge are multi-coloured and there are subtle changes in these colours as the day goes on.
At Purmamarca a small girl charged us 5 pesos each to walk up a gravelly slope where we had views of the local hill of seven colours situated …
... Le village, typique dans son architecture, abritait également un grand marché d'artisanat où Max céda à la tentation en s'achetant un pull en laine d'Alpaca à motif de Lama. Max eu une pensée pour son cher père qui allait sûrement rigoler en le voyant habillé comme un Péruvien. Le monument principal du village est un monument au mort de la révolution en bronze. Rencontre avec une dame très sympa vendant des sortes de pains plats fourrés au fromage qui se cuisent ...
... in a great classical old feeling flash hotel called Solar De La Plaza, and it is really nice place. We did some drinks in the bar, and as seems usual in Sth America, the drinks are accompanied by nibbles of quite generous sizes, and every single wine we have been served has been perfect. We had dinner at a lovely local feeling restaurant, Bartz Tapas Mundials, and it was great. We did the 9 course menu for 2 and for Tapas they where big serves. Super tasty too. We we ...
Hello! I have taken over the blog for this entry, which is why it is a little late (plus the lack of a decent WiFi connection). We travelled from Salta to Tilcara by bus in the afternoon, having spent half the day at the bus station, and arrived late, at about 9pm. Our bus was delayed by about two hours due to some kind of festival or pilgrimage taking place near the small town of Purmamarca, which left us stuck in ...
... on arrival didn´t help matters - it´s a tiny little town, with thin air about 2500m above sea level and is very dusty. It´s also (this may be getting repetitive after previous blogs) surrounded by mountains of several shades of red.
When we had walked 10 minutes to the first hostel and been quoted the price, I turned to Hannah to see whether we should go for the dorm here or move on, only to see her slack-jawed, glassy-eyed and swaying from ...