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... the Zimbabweans gave to us by picking us up, but instead in Argentina. He couldn't speak a word of English and us Spanish, which made for a very quiet journey. Nevertheless, he was very thankful when we dropped him off an hour and half later! The drive was breathtaking to and from the salt flats, we got up to 4170m. We were able to look down on the winding road we had just taken all the way to the bottom. You could feel the altitude when you got out the car ...
... him. That's great for the next few months of travel in spanish speaking countries. I picked up some words but don't think I have much talent to learn a new language. It's freezing this night and we spent the whole night outside. I had to fill up my hot water bag to keep me warm, which proves to be really useful. We went to bed early around midnight as we need to wake up early for the 7:45am bus to Pumamarca. The hill of seven colors, here I ...
... solnate..jsme sane..ne sladke pro tentokrat, ale..slane.. no nam to ale vubec nevadi..
sedime.smejeme e.. no, mohlo by bejt hur. horkost dopoledne je stale tu, ale my si to stejne uzivame, co jinyho taky muemedelat..mohly by jsme hystercit a bejt nastvany, .coz urcite castecne jsme, proste je to na houby, ale..mohlo by bejt hur..fakt.. takze se v pozitivnim duchu kochame..a delame dalsi krasne fotky, profilovky na facebook na rok dopredu. jakou si asi vybereme prvni..to je ...
... br> Pablo and Danny entertain with local singing and dancing and everybody soon knows everybody! Then off to the local Peña to see the local traditional music and to try my drunken hand at salsa!!
I have spent the days doing lazy local day trips or sitting on the new top terrace in the sun drinking ´Rifle´ a Cordóban drink of red wine, coke and ice....
Tilcara may be this tiny town in the midst of the most amazing coloured ...
The title is rather dramatic, but we felt it added impact--Tuesday was actually a really nice day. We tried really hard to get up late, and, naturally out and about by 8.30 (why doesn't this happen at home?!), we headed to Pucara, some pre-Incan ruins, which are the region's main attraction. Clambering up a dried river-bed to get there (accidentally but excitedly), we began looking round the famous ruins. At this point, we must admit the unsaid, being that, when you've seen ...