Ayres de Salta Hotel
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... the US dollars) to cross the country... Which is huge. It's not like travelling cross-country back home, like from Edinburgh to London... The distances out here are just so much further. Edinburgh to London now seems like a dream. Especially if it were with one of these Argentine buses... WOW. So basically, let's set the scene for these 24 hours on a double decker bus... On board waitress, food (albeit pretty average), wine, huge plush leather reclining ...
... an iPad hidden in her luggage. Apparently, Apple goods are a scarce commodity in Argentina and have to be declared. Her iPad was confiscated and the whole bus was delayed by roughly two hours during this process. Our journey started again around 4pm with little chance of us arriving in Salta at the anticipated 8pm. In fact, we did not arrive until 22:30. I slept for quite a while and then read, whilst Greg played games on his ...
... to be in Santiago at the same time. We convinced her to stay at the same hostel as us, as the hostel were throwing a big birthday Pizza party that night for one the girls working there. It was great to exchange travel stories with Sarah and celebrate late into the night with birthday girl Kate, the hostel owner Seba, the other hostel guests and Kate's friends from other hostels. Nice mix of people :) Downside was that we had to get up at ...
... steps to spectacular views over Salta and the Lerma valley. At the top were man-made waterfalls, a coffee shop and the teleferico station (cable car). The weather was perfect meaning we had unspoilt views. We opted out of taking the cable car down and instead walked back down, important to keep fit ;-) Once we got to the bottom we stopped in the park for lunch and then wandered around the shops. That evening we went out for dinner at a local ...
... garbage and lean looking dogs and goats, there was no water anywhere. It took about 4 hours slowly moving forward, and then we were through.
There I was into Bolivia with my new friends, so I offered them food to say thanks and we went to eat, but there was no water to wash and no water for the toilets. So we ate fried chicken and drank beer,
We then went to the bus depot and soon learnt that my bus to take me to La Paz would not be leaving ...