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Tilcara befindet sich in der quebrada de humahuaca. Hier gibt es Gesteinsformationen, meist in mehreren Farben. Daher auch der Name des Berges siete colores. Das Dorf liegt bereits auf 2400 m. Wir haben Wasserfälle und Schluchten gesehen, Und auf eigene Faust Höhlen in den Bergen gesucht, was sich als relativ leicht herausgestellt hat. Meist sind …
... Then, to my surprise, I realised the the toilet came equipped with toilet paper. For the last two months in Bolivia I'd been carrying a roll everywhere I went in my handbag because no toilets (not even those in restaurants or hostels) had paper in them. Finally, I could live life without a roll of paper in my bag. Even more exciting: there was soap at the sink. A tear came to my eye.
In all other non-toilet ways, Argentina is much ...
... of our little adventure in this beautiful, immense country at the edge of the world. We say goodbye to Argentina from the bridge that leads us in Bolivia, excited for what lies ahead and a little nostalgic for what we leave, though the very last memories we will have are yet another bus that stops in the middle of nowhere for unspecified mechanical problems, and an endless queue for no apparent reason at customs. It seemed appropriate to start a new year with a new country.
... The mountain in Maimara is called the paleta del pintor coz of the colours. On our way to tilcara the road was blocked as a protest for agua, luz y tierra. Visited the village of Maimara and went for lunch back in purmamarca.. It was supposed to be a very good restaurant and it looked nice. I took lomo de vaca which I was advised to try and which shows the quality of argentinian meat. On the menu it said it was with black pepper. When it ...
... We arrived in mid-afternoon, clearly siesta time, found a hole in the wall with two tables, four chairs, and three schoolkids eating empanadas. We followed suit, found the El Cardon, booked Angie's favorite room, and wandered around the tiny town (three blocks by six blocks, roughly). Soon learned of a festival scheduled for that evening, got there early, and enjoyed the show!
Pretty hungry after that, but pretty late too, so went for empanadas and Fanta once again...