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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... half an hour to get some pesos and buy our tickets to Salta. The ATMs were really out of the question since this would make the tickets really expensive, so instead we started looking for someone who would exchange our dollars for pesos. After some asking around and an attempt at a pharmacy that offered ridiculously bad rates we were eventually told that a guy at one of the ticket offices could exchange dollars. A curt nod by the guy confirmed this and we got 14 pesos for each ...
... scattered along this remote dirt road, I wouldn't think the local population could support that many churches.
I finally arrived a Cachi, dusty and tires. It had taken about 5 hours to get here with all of the stops along the way. I checked in to my lodging, then drove the quarter mile to “downtown” Cachi has a population of about 5000, and is a charming small town. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cachi,_Ar gentina
... cv but don't know where the day went! The others we came back and had prepared a big feast for the evening so I missed out on that! Not sure what else I did with day but eventually headed out to mummy museum - really cool as three children found in 1999 buried at the top of a volcano 6700 metres high and must have been buried at least 500 years ago but they still had their skin and teeth intact which was crazy. Coz so cold it had preserved them. They only showed ...
... sleep so went for a walk to the central plaza and had a ham roll and a coke. Had a short nap later then read a bit before going out for dinner ('Le Monumental'). The fairly large restaurant was entirely empty when I arrived and the waiter was really nice - between his bad English and my awful Spanish we got by ok. He's from Bolivia but now lives in Salta. Had a steak and some wine and left him a nice ...
... even riding up waterfalls and mountains, the whole thing was perfect from start to finish.
All too soon it was over and we found ourselves back in Salta, getting ready to cross the border into Bolivia. We had heard that the normal border crossing could take up to 8 hours so we decided to cross from Aguas Blancas to Bermejo as the locals would do, and hope that it was faster. Along with Corinne, a Swiss girl we had met on the ranch, we were ready to go.