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... t want to give us a ticket
and was trying to say it was our fault. The porter joined in the argument and
eventually they gave us a ticket on the next bus but unfortunately that meant 4
hours of filling in time at the terminal here on the edge of Salta. We decided
to book our onward tickets while we were waiting. We left at 5pm for the 4 hour
trip. The disappointing aspect of this was the best part of the trip was the
... and before we have gone 50m he has chased us down the street and begins yelling at us, and yelling at locals to help him. When I still refuse to pay him more, and tell him that I have no money anyway, he tries to pry my watch off my wrist! When he sees that we aren't going to budge, he stalks off muttering about the policia, while we head directly for the Cafayate backpackers to seek refuge - we know that it won't be beyond him to gather any friends that he might (unlikely though ...
... of light. Day one we spent 5 hours riding and day two about 3 hours. The reason our skills improved so quickly was down to the quality of these horses and our need for speed. Riding a quality horse with a professional trainer, giving clear, individual guidance was what made those two days so enjoyable and a highlight of South America. Following a superb lunch on the first day, we pulled up our horses next to the pigs and cows and had multiple attempts at lassoing. That was ...
... but the whole time we were thinking "hurry up and take us to the wine!"
By the time we got to the winery we had three sips of wine and that was it! Oopsey!
It was very beautiful scenery though and the pictures speak for themselves.
The bus to get to Argentina was a bit of a nightmare. We got a taxi to the border, then went through customs, then walked across a bridge ...
... there was another winery for us to visit halfway down. The wine was ok, the tour was uninspiring, but the food was fantastic so we went back another day (by taxi). Stayed 4 days, visited 5 wineries (4 by taxi), ate goats cheese and other nice things we miss from back home, ate empañadas and humitas, chatted with people we met in the B&B, and enjoyed our little 'holiday' after some challenging ...