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Travel Blogs from Salta
... and people made fires inside the station, put crackers into them and poured beer over the walls of the offices of the bus companies. We arrived late into Salta and, not wanting to change money at that time or use the cash point had to settle for a sandwich from the supermarket which was disgusting. So much for the steak... Things happen late in Argentina. We went for tea at about 9.30 and ...
... br> This was a small tour with only 4 Argentine women, and the child of one. They all knew each other and were traveling together. They were surprised to find a Spanish-speaking American in their group and were very friendly and loquacious. I noticed that our driver, though he kept up pretty much a running commentary on the trip, was never without a coca leaf in his mouth.
Although the road is designated a national ...
... 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 ...
23:55. We made it!!! Driving into the city just as the fireworks were being lit, not being able to see anything seeing we were in the Plaza which to my disappointment was full of Gringos and buildings preventing our view of the pyrotechnic show. Nonetheless there was something special about this, the local that were around were in the restaurants having huge meals drinking wine, and ...
... took one look at it and left. So, the driver and 2 sidekicks got on and off we went. 20 minutes later we broke down. We thought it was going to be a long night. How wrong we were. The driver and friends bled the radiator, refilled it and evidently did something like replace the fanbelt (because the engine didn`t overheat again), all in 20 minutes. And then we were off, at such a blistering pace that me and Orion really didn`t want to watch from our front ...
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