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... spent a number of hours climbing until we reached the highest pass of our
Andean crossing at 4100m. We then began a very slow and windy descent until we
passed these massive salt plains and then still continuing down we passed many
brightly coloured canyons until we reached a very pretty oasis town. This was
Purmamarca which is near a stream with many large willow like trees and bright
coloured hills surrounding it. The valley continued to open up with ...
... got up at 6am and then went back to bed afterwards... Jolly good show!
The hub of nightlife in Salta is in Balcarce Street, and Gloria introduced me to Cafe del Tiempo which I frequented on a few Friday and Saturday nights. Friday is jazz night with Felix Saluzzi (sax), his son Matias (bass), Leo (keyboard) and 'Chino' (drums). They are very talented musicians and a good group of guys too. On Saturdays the 3 guys minus Felix play covers from The ...
... new variety from others we have seen in the Andean range. Here they are very high above sea level and so lush and green that it appears that the mountains themselves are made of trees. We got to a certain point and Martin said this is as far as the truck would take us and we would be waking the last little bit up to their home. This 30 minute hike through a raging river and then up steep and and muddy mountain sides was much shorter than the two hour trek we would have made if we ...
... finding enough fuel to reach Jujuy. One crew spent a very long day after finding fuel off route and hand pump filling their tanks from a remote village's supplies. The gravel roads were not as bad as the previous day once the initial 40 km had been covered. The Regularity for the day was on a spectacular gravel road which wound its way up and down a mountain range at around 4000 metres. We passed by old and current mine workings with dark green spoil heaps, ...
HI! (started on April 6th)
So I've come back to Salta, and I figured as I will be leaving the country soon, it might be a good idea to provide some insights.
First things first, in no way can I actually give an over all impression of such a large country. It would be like saying all of the US, or Europe, or wherever is all the same. But there are certain things that I've learned since my arrival at the end of ...