Finca Santa Anita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Before leaving Salta we had time to walk into the main square Plaza de 9 Julio and wander the shops. Salta has a European feel with cobbled streets and large green squares. We stopped for a coffee before catching a taxi to a large supermarket where we rendezvoused with the truck after picking up supplies.
We drove along lovely windy roads through the hills ...
... Just then another couple, John and Judith from Holland, that was going to join us during the first half of the day arrived. After they finished their breakfast we all saddled up for the morning ride. Pata who was the gaucho of the estancia, helped us saddle up and introduced us to our horses. Niyati's horse was white and named Milonga because she liked to trot with an attitude and mine was brownish white named Bruja - the witch, because she was born ...
... is married to a man from Guatemala and they are living in Germany. Matius lives in Salta and works at a hostel. He dated an Israeli girl and moved to Israel for 18 months where he learned Hebrew and a lot about the culture. He told us that there are hostals that do not accept Israelis because apparently they are not well behaved. Along the way, what turns out to be Pablo's neighbor met us on the road with Pablo's three dogs, ...
... was completely unexpected, but Alicia handled it gracefully and we found ourselves in her very fine home, beautifully furnished, a garage for our car, and a huge back yard with swimming pool! This is not the sort of thing you expect to find on Hostelworld...
The pictures are more about the morning in Purmamarca, but more about this place tomorrow...
Sometimes we can go months without flats and sometimes we are plagued by them. Anyway, we are glad to be done with ****** roads for a while....we made it to Argentina, back on the asphalt and to breathable altitudes, after 3 weeks of rough roads and harsh conditions.
Day 220 (10/24/11): 75km
As we start to wheel the bicycles outside, we discover Shirley has a flat; looks like our departure is delayed. We find a small ...