Design Suites Salta
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... one of the locals, we sat on our cheap plastic chairs and both enjoyed our own delicious steak, salad and drinks, all for just under a tenner! SHUT THE FRONT DOOR. Well there wasn't a door on this place... But you know what I mean. With our tummies feeling happy, we headed to bed, ready for another fairly early start to catch a coach north towards the border... Getting closer to Bolivia!
So the following morning, we caught a cheap coach to the ...
... This has some bizarre results. We packed and checked out of our room a little late before Ben went to the cash point in town. There was a long queue for it, which seems to be a regular occurrence in Argentina. After that, he bought some fruit. The total came to 11 pesos. Ben handed over 12 pesos and was given a mandarin as change! Just before he got back to the guesthouse, he spotted a donkey wandering around the streets, snuffling for food. We saw it yesterday ...
... The new plan is to go to get the 12:15 ferry to Uruguay tomorrow! Tues 30th sep Got up, had breakfast and made our way across the city to the dock. 11:40pm Got to the general area where the dock was then had to begin asking locals for directions. After being told different things by each person and running (what seemed like) in circles, we eventually got to the dock at 12 midday. Upon arrival we were told that we could buy tickets but only for the 6pm ferry-doh! So, we bought ...
... for the upcoming season (my heart was just a tiny bit aching for a snowboard and snow ;)), past a hot spring with healing water and very funny in stone made touristy things. Because the would hang caps or other things into the stream of healing water that would turn the things after 3 weeks into stone due to all the minerals that are in the water sticking to whatever was put in it. Hilarious. The day ended with me looking for a Milonga on a Friday night. And yes ...
... My last packet of Percy Pigs I had brought back from London didn’t last long.
Cordoba was full of life on the Saturday, with whole streets lined on both sides of people selling all sorts of clothes, toys and household items. Music blasted from 8am and the sellers were shouting. As we sat for lunch near the middle of town, we witnessed 30 odd teenagers in huge, colourful, gypsy-wedding style prom dresses descend in limousines and begin a lengthy photo ...