Hotel Refugio Del Inca
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More church bells, being a Sunday, every ½ hour so had a
leisurely breakfast before the 10am bus.
Outside there some Bolivian ladies were preparing some “banners”
for a procession to celebrate the Virgin of Urukapina this morning followed by
music and dancing – shame to miss it but wasn’t aware except a small procession
of a tiny image yesterday to overloud music.
My neighbouring ...
... albeit peaceful was fairly vocal,surrounding this,to my amusement were all the tourist restaurants where people were happily dining on lunches whose cost probably represented a weeks wages for some of these teachers, the two contrasting sights were some what bizarre to behold.
Of the few English banners that were on display, one read :
“Welcome tourists to Salta,this is the other side of Salta and the other side of Argentina that you ...
... closed..ok..begged them again..asked the others who were helpful but..no use to us..so we said we will come back.. god..drove to Huamauacy..stopped at the police station..they were kind..it was like from a movie.. genuine female officer completed a document for Veru to drive without driving license.. other officers stamped it.Kept their distance but very helpful. Went for a walk..the vibe did not excited us..something bit ...
... more like a country estate! It was set in incredible grounds overlooking the vineyard and mountains and we felt like we were in the film 'Scarface' - having lunch at some ridiculously rich drug baron's home in Colombia! He has 5 members of staff working for him in the house but apparently only goes there a couple of times a year so we had the place to ourselves. Lunch was delicious - empanadas, followed by ...
... guide what percentage of the population of the town earns their living from the tourist trade. He estimated 70%. Based on what I saw, I'd guess that's pretty accurate.
It's an Indian village and the population among themselves speak Quechua, but of course everybody is fluent in Spanish to sell to the tourists. Tourist buses have some kind of connection or contract with a restaurant in town that sets up rows of tables for all the tourists and lunch is ...