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... When should we go to the Pablo Nerudo museum?" And the answer would always be "Tomorrow", except that tomorrow never came ;) We did of course do some things, like climbing the Cerro Santa Lucia for great views of the city, taking a funicular up the Cerro San Cristobal for even higher views of the city, having lunch at the local fish market and visiting various pretty little markets where I stocked up on new clothes and gave some old ...
... and can I cut in”
This is a very hot and dry part of the world. The sun beating down can be brutal and as I stood there in a daze the one with the Swiss hat said “Yes” I quickly learn that they were both from Argentina and on a student vacation. Wow they were so nice after a while one went off to find water and returned with a jug of something, so we all shared it. The bridge that we ended up on after 2 hours overlooked a dry gulch ...
... we are back..Oasis..love it. found a hostel..70 pesos per night..goooood.. Red wine..salad.daily godsend. Wine..chat..really enriching..sitting outside..then going to a local restauratg for coffee..merry..local folkclore band playing..interacting with the people mainly from Argentina..Checas?Bueno..it feels great.. guitarist playing chacarera..bless..feel harmony.. going back to hostel..listening to music.. after having a coca tea and ...
... far, traffic came to a total stop. It turned out that a local group decided to stop all traffic on the freeway in both directions by creating a line of people standing in the traffic lanes, burning tires and holding up a sign.
I asked the tour guide about it and apparently this is an "accepted" method of protest... at least it's accepted among the protest groups. She rattled off a list of issues the local people protest using this method, both political ...
... 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 ...