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... was very much more European, which we were surprised about because we had read that there is still quite an indigenous feel about this North-west region of Argentina. Being summer meant there was a real buzz on the streets and everyone seemed to be out eating ice-creams. After all, what’s the point in them saving their money?
We liked Jujuy and especially enjoyed the feeling that we, too, were on ...
... made all the better by a rooftop terrace with an unobstructed view of the mountain.
Once fed and watered we worked our way to the edge of town to find the track that led up to the mountain itself. The morning's drive had plunged us deep into valleys, high into the hills, down again up again, and at this point we were above 2500 metres so the air was thin. We made slow progress along the gravel trail but everywhere you looked were startling colours, bright orange ...
... out. We went to a place called Viracocha that offered authentic northern Argentinan fare and our first chance to try llama :-) I have to say the place lived up to the reviews, we both had different cuts of llama and it was really good, quite like beef. We also got to try andean quinoa which was really nice and went well with my spicy llama stew. We also got a bottle of nice cafayette wine and a strange dessert. It was called cheese ...
... houses on. So, the protesters have started squatting on govenment land hand holding protests that inconvenience the general public. We had to wait about 45 minutes for the road to open. It seemed like a long time, but we passed the time by visiting and seeing who was walking up and down the road. From what we saw, I think a lot of childern were going ...
... Knowing me, you would probably blame it on the drinks but I honestly didn't have too much to drink; I blame it on the pork sandwich...
During my last week and a half at the school, my task was to objectively observe all the teachers to help Cecilia understand their strengths and weaknesses and to make improvements where necessary. Fortunately I'd actually learned how to do this during my CELTA course last year, so I knew what to look out for. ...
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