Design Suites Salta
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- Continental Breakfast
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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 …
... bar manager before will, and Dre the massive half English half German chef. We managed to lose pool volleyball almost every day which was bad enough, but the rule at Loki is that the losers have to buy the winners bloodbombs... A shot of vodka with a splash of grenadine all in a glass of red bull, it's literally the drink at Loki hostels so you get used to them pretty quickly! They have a leaderboard of how many bloodbombs each ...
... holiday in Argentina, we think it is a day of independence. Every town we visit has a street called 25 de Mayo. The girls were off on a tour of the northern regions and to see the coloured rocks, and we stayed in town to find out some more information about the buses. If the buses did not start running we had an option of going from here straight into Bolivia but this would mean we would miss out on the Atacama desert and we did not want to do ...
... walk through Salta's second square, which has a statue of the city's founder - surrounded by stray dogs, of course. (Well, this is Argentina.) The only drama came when we discovered that two of our eggs had been stolen from the hostel fridge - ladron! rabado! - as they might say here. We muttered and hissed, mainly about the lack of morals of the youth of today.
Saturday, by contrast, was a cracking, action-packed day. We arranged a tour of ...
... farmland passing through a few nice little towns. The second section was in a very arid area, less populated, and reminding me of the Western Slope of Colorado. The final section was down the Quebrada de Cafayate, which is a wonderfully scenic canyon with incredible rock colors and a twisty road next to the mostly dry river bed. If we had had a great driver's car, this would have been a ton of fun to drive. I tried to remind Carrie that it's more ...