Ayres de Salta Hotel
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Viešbučio dislokacija labai superinė, bet padrengtas.
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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 …
Sekmadienis. Beveik niekas nedirba. Nutarėme pasivažinėti kanatine linija ir apžiūrėti miestą iš viršaus, bet nedirba. Einame į archeologijos muziejų, kur yra mergaitės mumija, ir istorijos apie vaikų aukojimus, bet nedirba. Užėjome į parduotuvę, nusipirkt alaus, …
Šiandien atvykome į Saltą. Tai miestas Argentinos šiaurėje netoli Čilės ir Bolivijos. Pagaliau pasijutome tikroje lotynų amerikoje. Žmonės labiau indėniškų bruožų. Miestelis nuostabus, savo nedideliais kolonijiniais pastatėliais. Viskas čia žymiai pigiau, nei …
... of rocks are around. Little artesanial markets with more alpaca and mountain ruins with large cactuses. I had no idea how big they can get. At least 2-3m high. Nature is just stunning. For lunch this time there was actually a delicassy in the little town of Humahuaca: Lama Milanesa. Basically schnitzel from lama meat. I wish we had this at home not is superbly yummy. After a quick visit in San Salvador de Jujuy it was friday night. Tango time. The last in a long Tim as ...
... however the owner of this shop didn't want me in there protecting my friends, and he chased me out so I had to wait outside. I thought they might be mad at me for coming in with them, so I spent the rest of my time watching over them from a distance, making sure they were safe in my city of Salta.
As I followed them I watched them split up, the kindest looking ones, who I think were named Rim and Ranelle, decided to catch ...