El Manantial del Silencio
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Manantial del Silencio Purmamarca
Beautiful top end hotel, however felt a little cold with lack of interaction and real help from staff. Excellent food and good location.
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... den Weg nicht genau. So fragte ich die Einheimischen Personen die schon wach waren nach dem Weg. Leider bekam ich wider-sprüchliche Angaben, so dass ich zuerst zu einem falschen Platz lief. Ich ließ mich durch meine eigene Intuition leiten und fand nach ein paar Minuten den richtigen Weg. Es war noch dunkel und der Weg führte am örtlichen Friedhof vorbei was mich ein wenig erschauern liess.
Rechtzeitig kam ich am Cerro ...
... many amazing photo opportunities. We also stopped at an Incan ruin site before slowing making our way back down to salta around 8pm. A thoroughly enjoyable and tiring first two days touring the Jujuy region. We hit the pillow reasonably early, around 11, ahead of a 7am pick up on Monday to do our two days touring the Salta region south of the city of Salta. You know the worst thing about finding out you have Alzheimer's....it doesn't just happen the once. Lukey B A Baker ...
... hot dog. There was nothing super about it, I can tell you.
Getting talking to one of the shop owners, I then learned of a walking route around the mountains, which he said took around half an hour. I can barely describe the walk, and the photos don’t do it justice, but it was so magnificent, it took us well over 2 hours to complete it with the amount of times we stopped and had our breath taken away by the scenery. The Cerro de los 7 Colores kinda pales in ...
... selling brightly coloured woven and woollen goods. Tempting! As well as textiles, there are loads of shops selling wooden goods made from cactus wood (cardon). I never knew that there was wood inside a cactus, but apparently so. We found out, however, that locals are cutting down cacti before they die naturally to pillage the wood inside, and we were encouraged by a local shopowner not to buy these goods. Good advice ...
... after our last jeep based excursion and have the wind in our hair. Nice days are pretty much guaranteed this time of year. Only factor is the wind which is at least predictable and solely dictates an early-ish start.
So, what was the prize? One valley with seven different colours of hills all stacked up on top of each other. See the pics, words just don´t do it justice! Bless the rocky sock Mother nature.