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... the desert.Well that was the plan. At night Rachel texted us telling us that all buses were cancelled, due to severe storms and floodings in the area. Floodings in the desert? Indeed noone was expecting this and it actually was one of the most severe natural disasters in Chilean history, with a state of emergency being declared and the army taking control of the region. We were lucky to have missed it. We'll add it to the list of a ...
... city. I also visited a museum which contained the well preserved remains of three inca children who had been sacrificed over five hundred years ago. After some drinks in the square we again dined in the finest Argentinian beef. We have now moved down in altitude and we now encounter some very warm ...
... the locals run up the hill and do a workout then run back down, seems a bit much in these temperatures and what would otherwise be a tranquil visit had blaring music for the gym bunnies.Following this we visited the maam museum which houses the mummified children found in a place of sacrifice high in the mountains, they are perfectly preserved due to the cool temperatures.These children were drugged and ...
... unique mineral and vegetation combinations making up these regions made it seem like a trip through the work of a talented painter.
Much like the perfectly preserved high altitude Inca mummies on display at the local archaeology museum, Salta is a perfectly preserved Spanish colonial town. Spreading out from the central Plaza, the streets are lined with restaurants, bars, and numerous patios where locals and a few foreigners pass the ...
What a horrific night's sleep! The good folk of Cachi closed the street to traffic and set up huge speakers about every 30 feet along the street. It was a festival. They blared music until 2:30 this morning. After the music stopped I could hear every stray dog barking all around town. They were probably barking at all the people heading home after the party. Once the barking settled down I heard every rooster strutting itself with ...