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... it took almost an hour before averyone of us started the long steady climb to Argentina. The climb is for the most part a straight line with only a few bends, this made it easy to maintain speed and not to be slowed down by creeping trucks. After about 59 km , we reached the highest altitude for this whole trip. 4820 meters !!, but since we descend at the other side , we are not exposed to a lack of oxygen for too long. ...
... area called Verdientes with spectacular views of the mountains and valley. Maybe one day I will go back and visit her there, but before then we plan to meet in Barcelona which is her second home. Hasta la vista Gloria!
So, on the road again, Cecilia dropped me off at the bus terminal and Gloria came to wave me off which was quite emotional! I will never forget my time in Salta, thanks everyone!
Upon my arrival at the Club Hostel ...
... to have a couple of new travel buddies, because the evening somewhat challenged my friendship with Jujuy. While I had been out, someone had broken into my locker in my room and taken my money belt (yes I know, I shouldn't have left it there). After a couple of hours of barely moderated panic and repeated searches of my backpack, one of the guys from my trip found the money belt stashed under someone else's bed. Mercifully, my passport was still there, and ...
... I refused the treatment. But things kept getting steadily worse and Jason and I went to the hospital that evening.
The trip to the hospital was quite an experience! The doctor was a young woman, who again spoke no english, but was very patient and slowly went through things with me to help me understand. Once again they wanted to give me an injection and this time I went for it. She also prescribed ...
... in the next few days! I´m off to the Salt Flats and found out about a conference going on in Cochabamba starting on the 19th...so I´ve registered and have to get myself up there!
Heres the info- World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth Cochabamba, Bolivia, April 19 to 22, 2010
http://pwccc.wordpress.com/ I am so excited!
Much love. Besos!