Salta Buenos Aires Apart
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... and even got to try galloping, which was so much fun. We returned to the ranch and sat outside with glasses of wine that the ranch staff kept refilling. When this lunchtime cocktail hour was over, we sat down to a incredible asado feast with seemingly endless meat and sides. Anytime you looked close to finishing the meat on your plate, Jeremy, a friendly Canadian who works at the ranch, would pull another steak or rib or chorizo off the grill ...
... sick at the terminal. Everyone felt a bit short of breath and the walk to the border was a bit challenging.
Once we crossed the border into Bolivia the next challenge was to find the bus terminal and money. We caught a local bus to Tupiza for the equivalent of £1. The ...
... two other Argentinians up for some adventures.
The north is beautiful and it is hard to choose between that and Patagonia as they are both so beautiful but different. The good thing with the North is that it is way cheaper than the more touristy Patagonia. Good weather on top of that, everything was there to spend a fantastic time.
After driving around remote places below Salta we carry on going North taking local buses. ...
... in for a treat. It is the one amazing thing after the other here in South America. I do keep forgetting there is quite a distance between all the places I'm going.. Got the bus to Campo Quijona where the Loki hostel is. On my way now, Hope i find it :-) Arrived fine! The busdriver was very friendly. Its great here, cowboy countryside, horses everywhere and men with cowboy hats and leather pants on. The people at Loki are a bit Loco. I arrived at 10:30 and they were drinking ...
... de Los Cobres you can can continue for around another 40 minutes to the famous viaduct, La Polvorilla which is the end of the train line. We head back to San Antonio, stopping briefly for lunch (xxxxx) before continuing our journey. The next bit of the drive is a bit hard as it is all dirt roads and we are unsure how long it is going to take us. The landscape is the most barren we have come across on this drive and is like driving through and endless desert. We do so ...