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... unpack another layer and retreat indoors to nurse a couple of
cups of tea until it was time for by 8.30pm bus.
It was on time until we had to swap buses, a process, given
the huge numbers of Bolivians and their luggage, was a major nearly 2 hour ordeal.
It was not clear why, though if it was because of faulty brakes, then I’m all
for it whereas if it was a broken toilet, the new bus had a broken one too!
... so gave up and got up. Headed
to the bakery for a few croissants and some strong coffee.
Started the 10km walk to El Mollar, a village at the dam end
of the lake – followed the river from the bridge and I, in turn, was followed
by a white dog. It was white to begin with but the after we’d forded a couple
of rivers, it had herded up some horses and then walked on the very fine
sand/dust road, ...
... it, and was a completely different place in the sunshine. It's really nestled against the mountains, and we would have loved to sit at a restaurant outside with a few beers, taking in the views. Time was racing on though, so we hot-footed it up a hill to get a better view. The panorama was breathtaking, with the blue lake contrasting the red mountains.
It was, strangely considering the previous day, a shame to have to leave Tafi del Valle. The bus to Cafayate, our ...
... about it, as it’s a big part of the South America she wanted to see. After a full day in Alta Gracia we went to get the bus back to Cordoba.
We had decided to have four days in Cordoba and in our last full day we only wanted to checkout two museums, so we had a gloriously lazy morning watching a film! Luxury! After our relaxing it was midday so we decided we had better head out. First we headed to an art museum that Vanessa had mentioned to ...
... we saw the falls from the Argentine side, spènding the day with a couple of
post Uni Brit travellers we met along the way. The Argentine side
give you the falls hands on; you are soaked from the spray, you see each fall individually from above, below, beside, like you are a piece of the
tapestry. You are rushed under them in speedboats, you sense their
scale and fury. But perhaps the falls are best explained by Courtney, Britney or