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... The landscape is very similar to
the rainbow valley outside Atacama but on a much larger scale particularly in
length. The next stop was our turn around point, the village of Humahuaca. We
saw the most bizarre site here. A large crowd of tourists and the associated
hawkers were standing outside the main church waiting for the midday bells to
strike. Then a small alcove was exposed when the doors opened to reveal a
statue of San ...
... m thinking Scream) since it was pretty much deserted and had a rather eerie feel to it. By now we were both exhausted from all the driving and ready to get back to Salta to drop it off - we didt envy the person who had the task of cleaning it, it was disgustingly dirty both inside and out. After dropping the car off (we drove 1,400km in 6 days over a mix of dreadful and ok roads we were practically just waiting for the bus to take us to Chile, only problem was it wasn't until 1am... ...
... costume, then if you’re lucky (or your name is Catrin), you get dragged up to have a go in front of the other 50 diners in the room for dessert. Normally this would be fine, but the music didn’t seem to have an obvious rhythm, so it became a more ad-hoc freestyle arrangement of movements that resembled a swan having a seizure.
Aside from delicious empanadas at the local taxi-driver hangout and ...
... cutting between it and the rockface behind. Everything in this area is vibrant orange, the earth itself an odd texture that looks gluggy like clay but is brittle to the touch and disintegrates into a fine earth dust. The rockfaces formed not with faults, cracks or jagged edges, but globular and bulbous distortions.
By this point, thank god, we had reached the high point of the walk, less than an hour in we were both shattered, failing to cope with the lack ...
I know its dull, but, all I did today was upload photos to facebook and cloud storage.
This means there is nothing really to wirte, so heres a few things I have learned about Argentina.
- They all want to be Italian - This does not go down well when talking to locals, however, they are obessed with Coffee and say "chow" instead of "adios". They all look Italian too, or try to (IŽll come to that later).
- They prefer ...