Design Suites Salta
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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We spent the morning exploring the Purmamarca market - had lunch in a local joint on the main square - ate the specialty of northern Argentina: a heavy corn soup with pieces of bacon and pork, a rather tasty but sticks-to-your-ribs type of food. We liked the earth bowls the soup was served in so much that we bought 4 of them for Jerry's famous …
... the Gods in wrath , lying angry in the ground seething in black slate.
Further on the real show starts,as the wind ,playing sculptor over tens of millions of years has played with the mountains as a child might play with Plasticine,eroding the sediment into fantastical shapes.Grand organ pipes explode from the ground bullying over the orchestra as it readies itself for performance.Giant holes big enough to fly through channel the wind ...
... my hard work. By the time I was finished I had to get going to catch the bus. It was a long walk across the city with all my bags. This was made more difficult by the crowded streets and people constantly bumping into myself and my belongings. After the scrum through the streets I made it to the bus station and waited for the bus. Many buses turned up that could have been ours but weren't. Then right on time our bus came. Sleek black ...
... about and watched for a bit and it all "kicked off". The band started playing, the men on horse back started riding, but we had no idea what was going on. A nice couple from BA tried to explain what was going on but i'm still working on "Hola" so had no chance when the sentences stretched to two words.... Luckily Tara's allergy to horses kicked in (this amazed me as we were no where near them) so we made our exit and we were off to catch the bus to the Argentinian border town of La Quiaca.
... meal where they serve the meat as it is cooked and people talk and drink while the rest cooks. We had a lovely day and got to meet some of the family and friends.
Martin suggested that the next day we went to Cafayate - a wine region 2 hours from the city, i had read about it already so we were delighted to go. We stopped at a vineyard for a tour and some tasting and of course bought some wine....our new favourite - Torrontes from Cafayate!!We had dinner ...