El Cortijo Hotel Boutique
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Having not really wanted to leave Cafayate we thought it was necessary to keep moving. The world will not see itself. So we hopped on a bus to the colonial city of Salta in the North West for our last stop in Argentina. Last stop?! Sad, sad times. Six weeks of fun and frivolity in this great country coming to an end. We had no particular plans for here other than to explore the city and do some last minute admin ahead of crossing ...
... with the pressure that I am surprised it had not exploded, I think I opened it just in time! I loved being so close to the cactus, they are amazing plants which also have a love story attached! The village of Cachi was only small and when we stopped there for lunch I had goat stew which tasted very nice. The villagers harvest sugar cane and also some of the houses were drying out chillies in their back ...
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After the museum we went to indulge in some Argentinean empanada's (almost like little pies) and then we packed and got ready for the walk to the bus station to take our (20 hour!!) bus to Buenos Aires.
The buses in South America are actually really great. You can book yourself onto a bus with seats that are the business class equivalent on the aeroplane. They show movies during the trip and serve meals so its actually a very relaxing way of ...
... we should of left and wed only covered about 2.5hours of the actual journey. As always happens when journeys get delayed people started getting really irate and generally acting like idiots, an American/English couple behind us were especially not happy as their plastic bag containing 1 mango and an avocado had been thrown out as your not allowed to carry fruit or veg across borders just like every other border crossing in the world. It was obvious who wore ...