Ayres de Salta Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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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 …
... only went into town on the last day to get some cash out and to catch the bus out again. The hostel was a relatively new one so up until July all the rooms had been free to try and attract people to stay there, and when we were there it was only 2 quid a night - as there were 4 of us we just booked a 4 bed dorm so it was almost like having a private room. The location of the hostel was just incredible, near the foot of the andes so ...
... once again, at least this time we got some information. A bus tomorrow night or Tuesday morning, things were looking up but we had to double check plans with the girls. With dinner on the go and the girls back from their tour we made the decision to go to San Pedro on Tuesday morning - yes we were going to make it to the Atacama desert. Our last day in Salta was a Monday which meant we were not going to be able to go to the Museo Altiplano ...
... the Andes - cold, dry - had kept the body preserved remarkably well, though it was difficult to look at her uncovered face without some feeling of morbid intrusion or guilt. (Mrs C:I didn't feel guilty - I was fascinated!)
Friday was what the Tour de France would call a "rest day". We had wanted to go on an organised tour of the area around Salta, but the strike on the previous day scuppered that. We were left with some chores (shopping, etc), ...
... to the valley. There was some demonstration with stuff aflame at the entrance to the town of Cafayate, but after a brief detour we arrived at Killa Cafayate. The hostess was very nice and prepared to give us a detailed verybal tour of the area. But, with a few cookies and an ice cream cone in our systems only, we were intent on getting some lunch- and quick. Our late hour of arrival meant lots of places were closed, including several ...