Alejandro I Hotel International Salta
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The third time I entered Argentina was the most troublesome. The first time, I went through customs at the airport, had my thumbprint taken, and spent almost a day in Ushuaia. The second time, I disembarked the ship and simply strolled into the country, spending half a day in Ushuaia. The third time, a large orange truck entered through the Chilean border, containing a handful of Australians, who need visa to enter the country. Axel and Nigel had missed that ...
... audition in the show Homeland. "What a bonus!" the ginger and I thought, "meeting a famous man in the middle of no where." So there you have it. We met a celebrity in the middle of Bolivia. Just when I thought I had enough luggage, the Bolivian women that got on our bus from Uyuni to Calama the next day actually had so much luggage they looked like they were migrating (or carrying dead bodies under the bus). Hence, it was a serious fight to get our ...
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99;й и запущ
77;нный, и мы были рады от туда свали
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... old!!!) were found in 1999 by a National Geographic Team of archeologists and the museum was designed for their display.
More than 100 other objects were found with the mummies, gold statues and other objects dating back to the Incan era. There is only one mummy on display at a time. We were lucky enough to see the crouching 6 year old girl who had been struck by lightning. It was really amazing. You can actually see her eyelashes and teeth-everything has been so ...
... driver to give us the ok to go to the border office. Once we were back on the bus it was about 2.5 hours drive across no mans land to the Argentinian border. On this border was about 3 other buses (1 of which had left the carpark an hour before us) the driver told us that it could take 1, 2 or 3 hours for this section as they only had two people working and needed to check the buses and everyone's bags! We eventually got through the border at around 6pm - 9 ...