Ayres de Salta Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Happy Birthday to Sarah. Have a wonderful day, we'll have a drink for you later. Today was a day to spend looking around Salta before we flew to Iguazu at 18.35pm. Omar had questioned our flight times the night before but we had it all written down from Trailfinders so he said he would check. He did call us at the hotel later but it got a bit …
... in front of the big screen to watch the NFL San Francisco vs Philadelphia. Jack is in boy heaven and is teaching me all about American football while I simultaneously write this! I am concentrating-honest:p We have just ordered super-nachos yum yum yum. Monday 29th sep Got up at 6.30am with the intention of getting to the dock to catch the 8am ferry to Uraguay to get our US dollars. Ended up not going because we weren't able to get tickets online but by the time we realised this is ...
... to tge sweet little town through desert like countryside with occasional formations of stone (the titanic and seals and bunnies and frogs) and stunning views kept me busy. Again the Argentinian crowd adopted me and explained nearly everything. What a fun day! The next day I saw the same group again on my tour to the northern end of the valley to Humahuaca. This time looking at yellow is rock formation with occasionally 7 different rock colors. Amazing how many ...
... business with. Who were we to decline? Ash and I then danced into the early hours of the morning at the only nightclub in town, before making the impromptu decision to travel on alone for a bit. We rushed back to the hostel, through all our stuff into a bag and headed to the bus station. The bus we hopped on was the best bus I had experienced in Central or South America. Fully reclining arm-chair seats, with air conditioning and a TV. Perfect, considering how long the bus ...
... time for Chileans to travel. This led to us searching all over he whole town, eventually finding a hostel for the first night, but it was fully booked the second. Pat had a tent with him, so we found a campsite, which would save us both some money.
A couple of days later, we took the bus across the border to Salta in Argentina. I had a flight booked from here in a few days time to the ...