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... we'll get more like 9.8 in Buenos Aires! Then it was on to the restaurant. It was completely empty, but that definitely wasn't a reflection of the food. We all went for the bife chorizo with chips and salad, and it was GREAT. Still not as good as the La Paz steak though... We washed it down with another bottle of wine, which was cheap and good! We saw a couple of Emily's friends on our way out, which was nice, and then it was off ...
... of the next 5 hours, I took a trip down memory land playing such classics as: -******** -GoFish -Spoons -Rummy -BlackJack -Cheat It was GCSE mock week all over again, for those that remember, but just the kind of low energy fun we needed. Today, imminently, I leave for Asuncion. A 25 hour journey across Northern Argentina beckons before I arrive back in my beloved Paraguay. I look forward to meeting my host Coto, and his two boys again and keeping you guys informed too... Viva.... ...
... best any of us had ever seen. We were all just amazed with the shapes formed by the wind on the huge rocks. Sadly the pictures just don't do it justice. We finally arrived in the evening checked in to a lovely homely hostel and headed out to probably one of the cheapest restaurants in town but what most people thought was one of the best for an 'assado.' The steaks were fresh off the BBQ right in front of us and just tasted amazing melting in the mouth.
... we stopped at. Some were selling food, tortillas filled with cheese and grilled on a BBQ or some flatbreads. A couple of them had llamas! They use them for milk and also their fur, on the way back we stopped at a place with about 5 of them which you could feed. So Eduardo got some dried maize out and taking a small handful, you could put your hand out and feed them. Quite cute in a dopey sort of way, their fur is soooo thick and soft and they are very greedy trying to inhale ...
... passed by it and it was pretty remarkable to such a variety within just one mountain. I almost hoped off the bus and stayed for a night, but stayed on until Salta.
Once in Salta we stayed at what they described as the cleanest hostel in South America. It was very white, had a ****** ass pool table and had a lot of people who looked way cooler than me. Salta turned out to be a layover for us. We didnt ...
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