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... child mummies that were sacrificed and left on some of the highest mountains in the Andes. One child mummy is displayed there at a time and it is possibly the most haunting and spooky thing I've seen with my own little eyes. We saw the 'lightning girl' called that due to obvious marks of her face and body to show she had been struck by lightning at some point. These child mummies were sacrificed to the mountain gods by the ...
... which was closed for repairs
until Thursday. Next we visited the excellent High Altitude archaeological
museum. They have 3 Incan child mummies that were found at the top of a nearby
Andean mountain peak. They have only one on exhibit at a time and rotate which
one is on display each time. We saw the mummy of a 6 year old girl that they
called Lightning Girl because sometime after she was buried on the ...
... it on the floor for us. I got the bed and because of the ridges it felt dismally like sleeping on a xylophone. There was a bathroom with a hole in the floor full of smelly grey liquid and a shower over the toilet. The fiesta went on until 3 in the morning. They kept shouting 'thank you for coming' into the microphone every 3rd song and sounding like they would finish soon but didn't...it was a terrible nights sleep but was for the bargain price of ...
... there since there didn't seem to be a quick end to the storm. Later on that day, some street corners were still flooded, making it hard for pedestrians or cars to cross. That night, we went to another typical Argentine restaurant where Charl went for "bife de chorizo" (a different cut of beef, nothing to do with the Spanish sausage) and I tried a "locro", an Andean stew. The next day, we were curiously awaiting our first VIP service on an 15-hour overnight bus to San ...
... any way you look at it, but the bus dropped us at the river bank, which divides Argentina and Bolivia. There were people coming and going from the river with huge bags of things. I knew I needed to pass through Argentine immigration and customs but I couldn't see any obvious buildings so I headed towards the river following the crowd. A police officer stopped me and directed me back to the immigration offices. Passing through was a bit of a joke because they didn't check ...