Salta Buenos Aires Apart
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Today we spent the whole day on our 27 hour bus to Salta. We are so strangely accustomed to travelling now that it didn't even feel that long. We met a couple of French-American guys on the bus who were hardcore nomadic hiking and hitch-hiking travellers who found our town ...
... is Maeko and he had the unenviable task of organising our table of 17 when we got to our first group meal. It's a logistical nightmare and maybe the group meals will be few and far between from now on, but it was nice to get to know a few people. Our actual experience of Salta was limited to a brief walk around the city on our way to dinner. It has a few ...
... the road. It carries on for a while, making the ride dangerous as one's focus shifts from the road to the hills.
The roads are good in Argentina -- and I covered the 500 km before nightfall to make my meeting with Mark. He had travelled up from Uruguay the day before on the all day - all night bus, and was waiting for me when I arrived.
Salta town is in a lovely setting, at the Eastern edge of the ...
... while it was changed. We eventually arrived at our hostel about 7.30pm and it was full of other tours that had come across the same troubles so pretty busy! We found out we had driven further along our route because if we stopped where we were supposed to we would be snowed in. All sounded good until we went into our hostel which wasnt much warmer than outside with no central heating. Awesome! Everyone got into pretty much all ...
... sand flies. We thought we left those back in the jungle, but no such luck!
It was a beautiful day to drift down the Rio Juramento. Apparently it was named for a historical act that took place in 1813 when General Manuel Belgrano and his soldiers took the 'Oath of Fidelity' to the National flag by this ...