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Unfortunately some local guy was shouting his mouth off at
1am ish, waking me up and then by 6.30am the banging around in the kitchen
forced me up – all excitable and banging around before their early tour.
Of course, they were totally unsympathetic to my plight,
especially the hostel owner who didn’t care the “walls” were 6mm ply or that ...
... though undrinkable, wine. The fireworks were mixed with the lightnings of yet another storm, while between a glass of wine and a beer we made our way back to the hotel. Not a memorable New Year's Eve, but then again the last two and a half months have all been memorable, as we hope the next to come will be as well. Starting from the first days of January and what they will bring along: Bolivia and some more breathtaking adventures that will no doubt be waiting for us there.
... a problem with an antenna.. Hostel is horrible, it is a massive bedroom (6 triple bunks) in an irish pub. Smells like beer in the room, and they dont have any guiness in the bar. Went to the carrefour, the queue was rediculous it took me >1,5h, then finally made a pasta and there was internet! At the bus station the visa system was down so couldnt buy my ticket to bolivia, but he said if i come before the bus leaves it should work.. We shall ...
... fascinating, and it is dificult to say how much longer it will survive.
Our next stop was at the Tropic of Carpicorn. It helped us to realize how far north in Argenina we were. We also stopped at a gift store that had a giant stone Lama out front. We stopped and took pictures of the gift show, but did not shop. We had so much to see and very little time to see everything.
We arrived in Purmamarca right around noon. ...
... the road to Ticara as its just not busy enough. Finally I see life ahead and its two cyclists. I stop them and ask if they speak English. "For sure we do, we're from london". Oh boy, I was so happy to meet someone who I could chat to. Debbie and Chris were cycling across South America and of course we got chatting and sat there for quite a while at the edge of the road just chatting.
Finally after scoffing just about all their chocolate we decided its time to get on the ...