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... flavour on par with (and maybe better) than some of the best beef available in England. All in, with sides, desert and a bottle of wine, it came to £19. Crazy cheap. On Tuesday morning we grabbed a coffee on the corner of the main square before queuing to enter the highly rated MAAM, or Museum of High Altitude Archeology. The main attraction was the Lllullaillaco children, the mummified remains of three Incan children recovered ...
... mote western looking type in yhe south of Argentina blond was a rarely and only seen in tourists, the skin tones got significantly darker and the people more were at my eye level;) wearing occasionally the traditional cloths of the mountains: large black skirts and Panama hats;) Besides that the small city has a little plaza with a church tower beside it, buzzling with cafe on eithrr side giving it an inviting and homey feel. Here I saw the first alpaca and lama ...
... business with. Who were we to decline? Ash and I then danced into the early hours of the morning at the only nightclub in town, before making the impromptu decision to travel on alone for a bit. We rushed back to the hostel, through all our stuff into a bag and headed to the bus station. The bus we hopped on was the best bus I had experienced in Central or South America. Fully reclining arm-chair seats, with air conditioning and a TV. Perfect, considering how long the bus ...
... is Maeko and he had the unenviable task of organising our table of 17 when we got to our first group meal. It's a logistical nightmare and maybe the group meals will be few and far between from now on, but it was nice to get to know a few people. Our actual experience of Salta was limited to a brief walk around the city on our way to dinner. It has a few ...
... amazingly preserved 500 year old Incan children that were sacrificed. But it was the landscape that really got me! The trip to Cafayte had these eroding sandstone structures in such an amazing variety of shapes. We were unlucky/lucky enough to drive through when it was raining. The poor portenos (folks from BA) were freaking out as we crossed flooded roads in our mini van. The whole landscape seemed like it didn't belong on earth. Another day trip was ...