Backpacker's City

Address: Alvarado 751, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, ., Argentina | Hotel
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      Learning to Siesta - Ucime se siestovat

      A travel blog entry by jarkaadegboye on Jan 28, 2015

      27 photos

      ... that we have gotten used to it quite well, somehow interoperating an afternoon break from sightseeing into our schedule.
      Friday 30th January

      We finally book a tour outside the city for tomorrow, it took a while to select a decent agency, or at least we think it is decent. There are quite a few options to choose form in terms of trip, we go for a visit to a tiny village called Cachi. More exploring of the town done today and we took a cable car on top ...

      A week in Buenos Aires

      A travel blog entry by sanafijioz on Oct 05, 2014

      9 photos

      ... infestation (Jack had the window seat for the first time, only to find the window crawling with critters. They seemed to have a little hiding spot just by Jack's head.) 2. The only toilet was a big fat ZERO out of ten. Unusable within an hour (someone clearly ate a baaaad burrito and took it out on the very blocked toilet. Nasty.) The Argentinian policy of not stopping at services makes the on board facilities an unavoidable necessity too :( 3. After the first film got our hopes up, ...

      A day in Salta

      A travel blog entry by mel_chris on Feb 08, 2014

      5 photos

      ... is still less than my insurance excess. Chris was even happy to stand around waiting for me while I looked in a few clothes shops, he said 'whatever makes you feel better.' And then there is the fact that we still have 3 weeks left of our amazing holiday, we're still loving every moment, despite the dramas. It makes a good story too, right? :)

      That afternoon we visited a museum about altitude and an archeologist discovery made in the Andes. ...

      Las Salinas Grandes and more

      A travel blog entry by kateweisberg on Aug 10, 2013

      3 comments, 64 photos

      ... view to give the eye a gauge of how big or small things are (they are completely flat), everything is seen out of proportion in a picture. For example, someone standing only a few feet behind you looks like a tiny speck. As you can imagine, this gave us a setting for some great pictures. We took pictures where it appeared like I was holding Hannah in my hand, one where it looked like I was pinching Hannah up and I was a giant, etc. (you get ...

      Living like cowboys

      A travel blog entry by brett_and_fi on Apr 08, 2013

      61 photos

      What was supposed to be an already long bus ride of 19hrs turned into 29hrs due to a breakdown of 7hrs and an unexplained stop in La Reuca (we think?!) for 3hrs. Particularly painful as Fi was experiencing the beginnings of a stomach virus. We eventually made it to Salta at 2am in the morning to be thankfully upgraded to a private room.
      In the morning we were picked up and taken to the Sayta Cabalgatas Ranch to commence a two day horse riding trek into the ...

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