Design Suites Salta
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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 …
... v takové male putyce. Majitel má několik psu, par štěňat a lamy. Jsou to vlastně první lamy, které jsme zatím viděli, před tím to byli hlavně guanacos. Musíš fakt vedet, jak je rozeznat, jinak vypadají docela podobně. Potom se dostaneme na nejvyšší bod našeho výletu kostel Piedra de Molino, který se nachází ve výšce přibližně 3500 m nad morem. Je skoro cely zahaleny v mlze. Musíme si ...
... clay courts). Once walking around inside we met one of the tennis trainers and after having a yarn and saying we were from nz he gave us two rackets and some balls, telling us to "go for it boys" ( what a champion!!) after an hour of playing we thanked him and walked out casually not paying a cent We then found a casino but it had no black jack ( only pokies ) so made use of the free orange juice on offer and left ( we have become complete poor ...
... We agreed that it had a certain slowness to it, a stateliness that made it attractive. Everyone we met was very welcoming and helpful which added to the good impression.
The big dilemma we faced was: how much motorcycle can Mark manage? To test this out we took an hour's tour of the Salta Beltway -- a lovely ride through the country side (unlike the Washington Metro area, the suburbs haven't reached the beltway ...
... eating times!
The next day the weather was a lot better and we had ambitions of heading out into the middle of one of the stages, but unfortunately by its nature you really need a Dakar Car to get there. Also, the officials keep the details of the exact routes under lock and key so the teams cannot deploy support crews along the route and none of the locals we spoke to seemed to know much about what was going on, pity because it has huge ...