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... It is drizzling, 2500m altitude and 8 degrees. I was enjoying the solitude when I heard voices and a dozen or so people decided that they had to have this view too. I don't think there are other people anywhere in the Andes and they chose to stop here. I locked the doors and a man just took a photo of the car. Probably not a usual sight here as we drove up a four wheel track to get here.
Derek really enjoyed his two hour walk with 500 metres of vertical rise. The ...
... some local food and music mixed in with a brief (2 hour total) walk out to some restored Incan ruins nearby. Oddly one of the most stand-out parts of the ruins is a pyramid that was constructed in honour of the archeologists that discovered the ruins which Kate found a little bit egotistical but was pretty nonetheless. In Purmumarca we made a small trek around the main attraction of the town, Cerro de Siete Colores, which is a magnificent ...
... crosses placed by distraught relatives marking where their sons or daughters had probably died horribly tumbling down the sheer cliffs in their vehicles or being drowned in a calamity of rocks falling from hell above. High , high in the air black winged shapes are seen circling the tops,they are the black condors with wings spans three metres across searching for a kill but they are the only life I can see,the mountain sides are barren and starving spread with sprayed ...
The next morning, we got up, had our breakfast of bread, butter, jam, yoghurt and té. We then walked the long way (thanks to rachael) to the subway, caught the subway to the bus terminal. After waiting for a couple of hours we caught the 11.30am bus. Before getting in the bus we met an Israeli guy (Ofek) who was really nice and gave us some travellers advice. We caught TUR-BUS, which was ...
... our taxi driver once again flagged down any person he could see. Finally, we were there!
We had booked a lovely cabin in the middle of a vineyard with a swimming pool and bikes. It had a vegetable garden where we could pick anything we liked and chickens we could collect eggs from. We spent the afternoon in the pool planning what we would do with the next week.
That evening, the family working on the vineyard invited us and the Slovakian girls also ...