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Our first big
bus day in a long time. We had decided to travel on a day bus because the
scenery on the journey was reputed to be very special which it definitely
turned out to be. We caught the bus from the Atacama bus station which is in a
small shack a couple of blocks from our hostel so we walked down to it. The bus
was what they call semi cama which means that the seats recline 120 degrees and
it has a toilet on board that ...
... the outside and the inside. The cathedral was packed so neither Sergio nor I managed to get a pew but no worries. Instead of the traditional organ music, hymns were played on guitars which is more enjoyable to listen to, and the female singers' voices were heavenly! Salta is very catholic so what better place to experience Easter mass.
April 25th was a sad day as my beloved PNE were relegated to League One after 11 years in the Championship... I felt ...
... empanadas for lunch. The cycle ride back actually wasnt as bad as the wind pushed us along and we got back in half the time.
Time for another BBQ, putting benny boy and hagster to the test as I think the previous night the frenchy took control. Well Matty boy disappeared half way through to go and buy some little pressies as we were to leave Ben and Bea for good the following morning so Benny Boy took the reigns! What a job he did too I reckon he has found ...
... s company. Claire took me in hand and decided that I would stay longer in Jujuy before heading off to Bolivia.
So the next day Claire and I bumbled off on a DIY day trip to the national park. We took a bus to the nearest town (two hours away) and chanced upon a taxi driver to take us the next 15 km down a dirt trail to the national park. When we turned up, there happened to be a park ranger who suggested that maybe we would like her to guide us on ...
... knows everyone (and their secrets). I was visiting an auntie of mine, Yoli, who I had only met once in my life and now has 2 daughters. It was a very pleasant visit of two days in which I enjoyed my auntie´s delicious home-made empanadas, watched a local soccer game, strolled around the plaza with my cousin (the town´s favourite after dinner past time), and even watched my auntie try to set me up with a couple of the town´s ...