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Unfortunately some local guy was shouting his mouth off at 1am ish, waking me up, and by 6.30am the banging around in the kitchen forced me up – excitable people 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 ...
After our hike around Purmamarca, we took the next bus north and settled down in Tilcara. We were exhausted. After following a Colombian and Dutch guy to a hostel, we dropped off our things and explored town. It is small, full of dogs wearing felt blanket jackets, scattered with women in big hats, and very relaxed. The local culture is still well alive - and tourists are comparatively very ...
... off for the bus station. We had a 9:15 bus to La Quiaca, which took just over 3 hours. The scenery en route was beautiful - the same multi-coloured hills we had seen in Cachi. The on-board entertainment, the film White House Down (again), was less impressive. I think Mr H will cover the border crossing in the next blog, so I will leave it here. Lots of love to everyone back home - missing you all. Lyndsey & Martin ...
... sun setting and then we realized the sun was setting behind Salinas Grandes....breath-taking. We pulled over and took a moment to take it in blasting Paradise - Cold Play from the car. It was great.
We drove a bit further and at this point it was almost dark...we approached a fork in the road where there was a big green sign. Didnt see Salinas Grandes on it, but after 2.5 seconds of stopping to look at it, Alex turned left at the fork. "Do we know this ...
... the sound of a recorder.
One thing to note here was the first appearance of Coca Tea and Ham & Cheese toasties for breakfast. I think I may have mentioned how bad the AR breakfasts are already but this was the first time we have had any variety from the usual stale bread, jam and burnt coffee. It made for a refreshing change. Though interestingly, Argies donīt seem to like crusts. Like little kids they must have their toasties crust free.