Hotel Refugio Del Inca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... t have any so went for dulce de leche with nuts and raisins. Then time was up already and had to be back at bus. Went to another winery with Spanish tour so was just holding out for tastings. I told Hernan he could show me round BA and he seemed up for it! Back in bus and stopped for quick photo then pretty much everyone slept but I couldn't really being in the front so we danced to the songs. Had fun with them and nice that maggi was asleep but she soon ...
... acts as a little community for backpackers all on the same vibe. With an array of activities on hand, it was difficult to sit still prior to someone offering an invitation to play a game of table tennis or water volley ball, which were gladly accepted. At one point while Claire was looking for a drink at the bar, she asked who was working behind the bar, to which the 4 guys in the pool responded that they all were. It seemed like an easy job.
In the evening ...
... that geologists must be a strange bunch of people and probably not the types you would want to go and have a Sunday pint with. Always willing to be educated I thought that this might open my eyes to geology and perhaps spark an interest or a new hobby?I can report back and say that it did not,but the trip was not totally without its merits and it is probably worth telling you a little about the area.
The gorge is situated in the North West of Argentina ...
... and people made fires inside the station, put crackers into them and poured beer over the walls of the offices of the bus companies. We arrived late into Salta and, not wanting to change money at that time or use the cash point had to settle for a sandwich from the supermarket which was disgusting. So much for the steak... Things happen late in Argentina. We went for tea at about 9.30 and ...
... constantly eat in South America. The next stage of the trip was definitely better. We drove up to 4170m above sea level and then down a long and winding road through the mountains which was spectacular. We then stopped so people could take photos of cacti (again something we have become immune to by now but would have been snapping away 6 weeks ago) and then the guide and driver gave us all wine and cheese and did a little ...