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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.
... 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 ...
... to eat dinner. We were not expecting how late everything opened. The place we wanted to go to dinner did not open until 8:30. That seemed a little late for us, but we killed a little time looking for some souvenires and going to the bank. (All of the banks in Northern Argentina have long lines). When it was finally 8:30 we went to dinner.
The place we went was very nice. Most of us had pasta, but parker had alpaca. The food ...
... were feeling more ourselves though we were still winded walking up stairs. It’s amazing what a year at sea level will do to those accustomed to living at elevation.
It turns out our initial image of Humahuaca from the bus window was not entirely representative of the town as a whole. Surprise, surprise. Sure, there were parts that resembled a collection of children’s refrigerator-box playhomes but for the most part we found the town to be exactly the image ...