Salta Buenos Aires Apart
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... stopped in the middle of nowhere in the mountains. We all got out asking ourselves what is there to see here? We hear a bubbles bottle popp and when all got a glass the Gaucho told us to look up. What a fiesta on the sky with all the stars out that night. Bubbles and stars is a good combo:) Up next was a tour to the boarder of Chile. The initial plan was to head to the national park for hiking and then over the boarder to Santiago but the park and pass were closed due ...
Salta, the 8th largest city in Argentina, located in the Lerma Valley, at 3780 feet above sea level and our last stop before Chile. We spent 3 nights there (in a hotel). We arrived late afternoon, settled in and went out for a yummy meal. In Argentina they eat really late, dinner for them is between 9pm and midnight. The restaurants are usually busy by 10pm. As part of your service charge they always give you bread and ...
... got a map and set out on foot to see some of Salta. We walked to Plaza 9 de Julio and had lunch at Dona Salta. It was recommended by Mike and Marta and the hotel reception. We shared a meat empanada and a chicken empanada, had a bowl of pumpkin soup and shared a tamale. The tamale tasted a lot like corned beef hash. We shared a bottle of wine, a malbec, which was a little too fruity for our tastes.
It was a descent weather ...
... up having a very late night last night so it was a pretty early night tonight. I went to the supermarket with Chloe. She had bigged up this supermarket big time. Said it was the best supermarket in South America. I wasn't disappointed. It was huge and full of everything you could want. It was also full of normal, civilised people and families. It's amazing how much this stands out when you've spent seven weeks in developing countries. I was very happy in this ...
We stayed in Salta for four nights as it was difficult getting our exiting bus to San pedro de Atacama. We visited the Museo de Arqueologia de Alta Montana and saw mummies which were found at an altitude of 6,700 at Llullailaco volcano in the desert. The altitude kept them well preserved. We were lucky to be there for the first day of spring and we went out to a local village called San Lorenzo to see ...