Augustus Jujuy Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... engaged in a deeply anti-democratic project, even if that regime happens to have come to power through elections.- Naomi Klein
I can teach you about torture, but sooner or later you'll have to get involved. You'll have to lay on your hands and try it yourselves ... The precise pain, in the precise place, in the precise amount, for the desired effect. - Daniel Mitrione, head of the U.S. Office of Public Safety (OPS) mission in Uruguay in 1971, teaching ...
... ride the forty miles to Jujuy past the site of the dog attack - which was pretty traumatic for Nadine. Nadine armed herself with a stick and Matt with the bike lock and bike pump, but no dog appeared. Fortunately, except for a hideous headwind, the ride was easy and Nadine's leg - whilst throbbing and painful - held out. We arrived in Jujuy by five and booked into ...
... to Purmamarca, a small town that looks like it belongs in the Arab desert, with the main attraction being a hill with 7 different colours (it's made up of loads of different minerals) - it was full of carnival goers who appreciated Ash's River Plate shirt. We then drove on up and up winding mountain roads, to the highest point of 4200m, passing loads of car transporters coming the other way (as it's the road that leads to the chilean border). We also had to stop while some ...
After Uyuni I could not find transport to Chile, so I went back to Tupiza and than took a bus to Argentina. My first stop was in Jujuy. I met amazing people in the hostel, we had loads of fun, they introduced me on a web radio, I went on tours to see colourful mountains, went to a disco to dance cumba and quarto, had too many enpanadas and shared the mate with good friends. I love Argentina.
... trip was once again lovable!
The drive again was in the mountains (recurring theme here, it goes on until we get to the Galapagos islands, who knew the Andes were so long!?!?!), more hairpin bends, more lethal drop-offs into plummeting chasms below, only this time all decorated with a thick layer of lush jungle. Up and up and up we went, down and down into the next valley, up again, down again, jungle, jungle, jungle, all the way to Jujuy. A quick pit-stop in ...