Casa Real Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we found a restaurant near the river where we had some pasta. Max found a friend in the waiter who seemed more interested in discussing world conspiracies than actually serving food, so much so that his colleague eventually had to bring our dinner. He did tell us some interesting things about the country as well though, for example that people don’t learn English at school, but only the official languages Spanish and Guarani.
The next day, the 25 October, we ...
... interesting sites and formations, with names like Garganta del Diablo, Los Castillos, Las Ventanas, Anfiteatro. It’s just absolutely gorgeous, the kind of “canyon country” I enjoy so much. If one had the time, I’m sure it would be worthwhile to do this part of the drive in reverse, going south to north, as you would see the formations in a completely different perspective. The road south follows the Rio las Conchas on ...
Slept rubbish couldn't sleep as was wondering where maggi was, was not in the mood to chat to maggi this morning especially as she snoozed and snored, so rude. Was one of the last to get picked up. Same guide pablo and driver. But much smaller bus and so cramped right at the back as full. After first stop I ended up sitting in front with driver and guide. Great view out front but downside got maggi in my ear behind me as really notice how condescending she is today ...
... it looks amazing! It was a 6 hour bike ride down the road which can be as narrow as 3m in some places. Starting at an altitude of 4700m and finishing at 1700m. I’ve never been so happy to see a beer in my life!
After La Paz we continued through Bolivia, stopping in Potosi and Sucre (both lovely towns just not a whole lot to do in them) before heading to Uyuni to see the famous Salt Flats. The Salt Flats of Uyuni are about 12000km2 and hold some islands from when it used ...
... camping out in tents to protest teacher salaries) for outside dining and then on to the other thing Salta is known for, called a Pena. A Pena is basically a bar where they have folklorico singers and really really strong drinks. Loved that place, Teri told everyone we were from California so we were rock stars for five minutes of fame. Back to the hotel and the largest bed in Argentina for pass out, ...