Salta Buenos Aires Apart
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... to the foot of the telepherico or cable car. Single trip cost 45 pesos and and return trip cost 85 pesos to the top of the hill. You can also walk up the hill from the monument of San Bernardo. We walked to the monument, passing through some rich people's houses and walked the long avenue back to the city center. On this avenue, you find a big cross in the middle of the street that looks pretty impressive. It's less busy now in the city and we walked around a little, bought some ...
... various tests and surveys.It turned out that I belonged to a group of people who are “green -red”,now hang on in with me for a minute as I explain.The “green” is a person who is a meticulous planner bordering on the “anal” (excuse the phrase,but I believe it is accepted colloquialism) and the “red” represents what happens if the “green” bit goes wrong or is mildly disturbed.Red being red conjures up images of ...
... disappointed. Crackers, cold meats and cheeses and a small quiche. This wasn't what I was expecting. Luckily I hadn't realised that this was just the starter and the real dinner of roast pork was on its way. We were even given wine with our meal so that should help me sleep easy. I am now full and tired so sleep for me. I bet I have a wonderful sleep on this great bus. Let's just hope I don't fall out of the big hole. Il let you know how it ...
... girlfriend. We went to a bar for a few drinks afterwards and two more med joined us - and realised after a while that one of the men we were sitting with was the state Governor's brother and he himself is running for senator! we had seen him on huge billboards in town! We really got to see how the other half live in Argentina!!
Our flight was the next evening so we chilled out, sat in the sun and Vibered home for a few hours! Next stop Iguassu Falls!
... and me then for the climbing. Very cool guy, any more laid back and he'd be dead! No helmets required for climbing and it turns out at times he seemed more anxious about keeping the music playing then watching me climb 30m walls! Anyway, in the face of these challenges I climbed 6 routes and loved it! I am no professional but still give it a bash eh! I could stay in Bolivia a lot longer........but there is a rugby game to get to in Salta, Argentina. Just one more bus journey ...