Augustus Jujuy Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a bit of the drive we had taken
on the bus coming to Jujuy but it was good to stop at Purmamarca and have a
chance to appreciate its stunning coloured scenery and adobe houses. The
trouble with this village and nearly everywhere we stopped during the day was
the large number of tourists at each place and the large number of stalls
selling handicrafts. We left Purmamarca and headed north through the UNESCO
listed canyon called Quebrada ...
... to find somewhere decent to stay, especially after hearing that there are only cold showers in Bolivia... We got there to find it's a small rich suburb of Salta, with no other gringos in sight, and found one of the only hostels there, which was probably the most random place we've stayed - it was just a huge function room with some bedrooms in another little building. But it did the job and we had a lovely evening, although it did feel like one of those American suburbs in horror ...
... blinding white expanse in all its glory. Derek and Alfonso seemed to have a good time too.
After a couple of nights in Jujuy we moved on to Salta, the bigger city of the North-West region of Argentina, and here we enjoyed a night out at a local Peņa. It’s a special dinner-music-dancing entertainment extravaganza where you get to tuck into a steak while enjoying live folk music and dancers in ...
... with cobalt blue rock outcroppings, this walk was about the journey itself rather than the destination so going slow was not an issue.
The area is something that should only be found in the twisted mind of a surrealist painter, high on hallucinogenics. With a couple of beers inside and the light-headedness caused by walking in altitude, the crazy world around me seemed all the more dreamlike. The path we followed was all uphill around the back of the ...
We drove on the freeway from Salta to Jujuy. As we had a long drive ahead of us, we stopped at the YPF station along the freeway. The store was great. The bathrooms were very nice and they had a lot of good snacks. Everyone liked the potato chips and the chocolate as well as soft drinks and ...