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... handed. At first, I was a bit worried, but it quickly started to feel really natural. We rode along country paths surrounded by mountains, where little children ran out to wave at us, and packs of dogs chased us (this really did nothing to calm Ollie's nerves). After a while of walking and trotting, we were shown how to gallop. It was so much fun! Our Gaucho, Felix, was a great instructor, and he showed us some rodeo-style tricks.
We came back to ...
... roof terrace. It was delish and obviously there was lots of wine! Through the wine fog, I managed to find out that the Bolivian strike had ended! Yipee! This morning I booked a ticket to the border town Aguas Blancas for tomorrow at 6:35 am and the plan is to cross into Bolivia over a river and hopefully take some form of transportation to Tarija in Bolivia's wine region. Who knew that Bolivia had a wine ...
... as it was a hot day it was not an issue. From there we took a boat trip in a speed boat right up the rapids to the Devils Throat, then around to another couple of the falls. At the end the boat went right underneath the falls and we got thoroughly soaked. We had so much fun though, we were laughing and screaming the whole time. From the falls we went back to our hostel which had a really nice pool. We cracked open a few beers and had a great time yarning in the sun next to ...
... the bus), with lots of films, free food and drink to keep us occupied - forget airline food, here you get afternoon tea, a three course hot meal and free wine/coffee to boot. You can get a good nights sleep on these ´semi cama´ buses because the seats recline so far you can really get your head down. The change of bus at Posadas was well-timed and within 10 minutes were heading to the green, humid jungle that is the Jesuit Missions of Argentina - destination Puerto Iguazu.
... s pretty.. but I would have rather taken the shorter route and had an extra hour of afternoon in Purmamarca. We got a later start because on Sundays the Hertz doesn't open until 12...and we didn't actually get started until closer to 1.
It took us 3 hours and 20 minutes to drive the winding narrow roads up and over a mountain, down through Jujuy and out to Purmamarca. We drove about 40km the entire time on the winding ...
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