Hotel del Dique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... The hostel we'd booked was 11km outside of town and part of a chain of hostels around south America called Loki hostels but it was one of the best rated hostels in Salta on the Internet so we decided to give it a try - turns out it was probably one of the best hostels we've ever stayed in and are likely to stay in! To be honest the town of Salta doesn't have all that much to see so staying that far out of town wasn't a problem, ...
... a few decades ago, 6,700m up in the Andes, west of Salta, near the Chilean border. Three children's graves were uncovered. The remains of the graves, including burial gifts and the bodies too, are exhibited in the museum. The artefacts were interesting and very intricate - showing the social standing of the children - but the one body on show, still in the crouched position in which she was buried, was quiet morbid. The conditions nearly 7km up in the ...
... across the valley. Lots of fun and a great way to appreciate the views.
The last line took us over the campsite where some of the group squirted us with water before we landed. The rest of the night was relaxing as we had all chipped in to buy ingredients for a BBQ dinner. Chicken, chorizo sausage, steaks, salad and new potatoes made for a delicious end to the ...
... wine and dine" experience in Argentina. The restaurant (El Solar del Convento) was an established "parrilla" (basically a big grill) and we had the most excellent, juicy bit of "bife de lomo" (beef filet). Also the wine we tried was very yummy - a Malbec from Cafayate called "Quara". We have to see if we can get our hands on that one in Germany. The next day, we headed up to "Cerro San Bernardo" - a hill overlooking the city. We walked the way up (which turned ...
... Straight roads dissecting an immense expanse of rock and cactuses! At times there were no corners to speak of for tens of kilometres, other times through the forest there was no straight parts to speak of. The mountains were the most awesome colours, greens, blues, pinks, whites and everything in between. Strata upon strata hundreds of millions of years old! I don't think any of us really had known what to expect but we were all in awe! ...