San Pedro de Timote
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The morning the 1 November we took the bus from Salta to Cafayate, four hours south this time. The road went through the stunning Quebrada de Cafayate, or Quebrada de las Conchas as it’s really called, though we only got short glimpses of the incredible rock formations along the way.
We arrived by early afternoon with a hostel reservation, but soon decided to change to a cheaper option with a kitchen, right in the center and next to the bus station. The owner there ...
So this holiday of a lifetime has finally started! This trip has been about a year in the making, and even though I am sitting in my hotel room in Montevideo, I still can't believe it is actually here! The trip stared with Mum, Ashley, Mandy and I catching the bus to Sydney on Thursday and staying at an airport hotel for the night before flying out on Friday morning. Our airline was LAN,a major South American airline. It took me 3 flights to arrive in Montevideo. ...
It was a whistle-stop tour of Uruguay in the end. It was quite expenicve and the weather wasnt too good. We had hoped to spend most of the time along the coast and whale watch but although we were still in whale watching season, the weather was very much off season and not up for days spent lazing on the beach.
What we did see of Uruguay however, we liked.We began by going to a small town known for its hot springs. Abit of an effort to ...
Greg, CJ, Steve, Llana, Katie and I went on a day trip to Punte del Este. It's about a two and a half hour drive and the main/only reason for this pilgrimage is to see the statue of a hand rising out of the sand. Our first stop along the way was at a building shaped like an eagle's head jutting out of the cliff. I can't remember who built it or why. Underneath the eagle's head there used to be a building that resembled a ship, built by the ...
Interesting fact....the name montevideo comes from when the spanish where navigating the river. Monte means mound, VI are roman numerals for six, then it was from east to west or est to oest in spanish so literally means the 6th mound from east to west. Cool huh. We did a walking tour today to see the 'sights'. It was rather chilly and started raining. I can ...