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... back a guy to the room; I'll let you use your imagination to fill in the rest of this story. Salta is 1152m above sea level in the foothills of the Andes- which means we have dropped a lot over two days yahoo! Altitude and I haven't been the best of friends and I've been looking forward to getting closer to sea level. Wednesday 09 July: I was blessed with a beautiful sunrise over the mountains to the East of Salta as I was up early to have breakfast before we went horse riding. ...
... we were at Purmamarca. A lovely small town which effectively relied on tourism to fund it's existence. A market circled around the tiny main square and once again we were engulfed by locals who tired desperately to suck us all in. Our tour continued further into the mountains through the towns of Tilcara and lastly Huamuacha. The Huamuacha valley is stunning, with millions of cacti spreading across the mountains. We were led ...
... well even if we couldn't stop laughing. We then headed to our chosen dinner place that Robbie and Drew had recommended us to, which was called El Viejo Jacks. It was a pretty short walk (where I bought a scrunchie along the way). On our way we passed the plaza hoping to find someone who sold pesos for dollars. It was pretty easy to identify the guy, but it felt so weird! He gave us a rate of 9, which is ok, but not ...
... meant our skin wouldn't get anymore burnt. Along the way we stopped at these massive red mountains (which Tupiza actually gets it's name from as it's surrounded by them), A llama field, The Moon Valley - beautiful valley with different colours and rock formations then to a view point at the top of a cliff with amazing views of the mountains and valleys. After that we ended up in some freak snow storm that nobody was expecting which ...
... can I put it) a confusing boarder acrossing. We bought our bus ticket on the Bolivia side because apparently according to the bible - lonely planet, that is what is done. Forgetting about the time difference! Even though the man selling the ticket knew we were an hour late for the bus he still sold it us. Bummer!
The next day we all strolled around the town which was really gorgeous, especially the main plaza. We did a bit of ...