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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... for dinner all the shop staff smiled too. The first two miles of Argentina have therefore been promising. Day 29. Saturday 27th December. La Quiaca to Wild Camp between Tres Cruces and Azul Pampas. It appears that the common rule of no noise after 10pm found on British and American campsites doesn't apply in Argentina. In fact, the music here didn't get turned off until 6.45am, fifteen minutes after our alarm went off. As a result, we've been feeling just a little tired today. ...
... to go along for the ride :). The city is a great lively place and has a terrific atmosphere. We went to the museum, Museo de Arqueología de Alta Montaña. It's an interesting museum dedicated to the discovery of three mummified children who were Inca sacrifices buried in a volcano in chile. The body's are very well persevered, its sad reading about what these poor little kids went through, from deforming there skulls, to burying them alive :(. We ...
... stopped he stopped. He then followed us all the way back down and in and out of shops for the next hour. The dogs here just seem to love following us on trails and if I hadnīt seen the dog previously putting its nose in **** then I would have found it cute.
2. The Market
Everyday, the local native people set up their stalls around the main plaza. There are probably 100 stalls and 15 small shops all selling handmade products. After a few laps of the stalls ...
... including a stop to see the Hill of Seven Colours from a different vantage point.
Tomorrow we head back over the pass and on to San Pedro de Atacama in Chile via the Andes, a bus ride we are looking forward to very much.
We joined a number of locals at a small cafe for supper and to watch a football match on TV before retiring for our last night in the VERY quiet and most beautiful village of ...
... of plan to get from there to Bolivia was not.
All buses to La Quiaca, our planned destination on the Bolivian berder were full, so we hopped on a local bus to Humahuaca. Why we thought a bigger town with a larger carnaval would be a better place to try to get transport from I have no idea; I can ...