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... pretty amusing, however I gave him my sunglasses so he would forget the experience (according to Scott, a real life Sid, you don't remember things if you have sunglasses on)! The views were stunning, we even managed a quick work out on the outdoor gym. Instead of taking the teleferico back down we decided to walk the 1064 steps down. About a quarter of the way down Andy decided he was bored of the stairs and he would go off trail instead, Ami and I followed as we figured ...
... by a large sign proclaiming 'Las Malvinas son Argentinas'. La Quiaca is another nowhere place, dusty and notable only for its stray dogs and status as a border crossing. After one night we took a bus south to Salta, a large town in northern Argentina.
Somehow, Salta felt a little like coming home. Minimal sleep was making us slightly delirious. The heat and humidity similar to Queensland, complete with eucalyptus forests. It ...
... due to my poor seat selection because I was right in front of the stairs and something metal seemed to have torn loose while we navigated over road debris and it rattled the whole night.
The upside was that this bus made some stops so I got glimpses of other towns like Tucuman. Also I got more experience with th number of police checkpoint/roadblocks. They seem to stop cars at random and never boarded our bus. I blame them though for ...
... 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 ...
... high altitude archeology museum. The museum has three mummies that were discovered on a volcano bordering Chile. The mummies are all Inca children that were buried alive (the community got them drunk first so they passed out). Only one is on display at a time, so we go to see a 15 year old girl. She was amazingly well preserved. I think because where she was discovered was really cold, that she was basically ...
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