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- Continental Breakfast
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- Minbar in room
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... spent the rest of the day exploring Salta. We started by exchanging more dollars at a slightly better rate with a guy recommended by the hotel. They’re really easy to find in fact and do their business right in front of the police despite the fact that it’s supposedly illegal, so it seems that it’s quite commonly accepted here.
Then, we went to the Museo de Arqueologia de Alta Montaña, which we stumbled upon by chance. It’s a quite small museum, but ...
... Pío Pablo Díaz. The museum was very interesting, and although it was all in Spanish it was fairly easy to follow along with the dialogue. There were many interesting rock paintings on display as well as other artifacts. I walked around some more, admiring the quietness of the town, then drove back up to my lodging. Another great day with no breakdowns or flat tires, soooo thankful!
10/21- I left Cachi around 8:30am, destination Salta. ...
... the main square where I'd just come from!! And was 1740 and they said they closed at 1800! So u had to pace it back in the heat and got there just before 6. Took a while but was able to get money - hurrah! Now feel like splashing out! Asked the guy where I could get a good steak but he said I couldn't go til around 9 - I was starving I only had a slice of pizza! Then decided to stay another day to sort cv as haven't managed to do today. So booked my bus to iguazu ...
We got into Salta around 8, and were greeted by grey clouds and drizzle. Quite brilliantly the hostel let us check in straight away and not wait until 2pm as most due. Thus I was able to head straight to bed to catch up on the sleep denied to me on the night bus.
We headed into town around 11. By now the sun was well and truly out. The streets are mostly wide enough for ...
... and defend them from enemies."
So while they listened to their guide, I chased off pigeons, other stray dogs, strange religious men and small children. One of the older men in the group named me Rusty, so that's how I got my name!!!!
We then left all together and walked to a cafe, while they ate and drank I slept underneath the tables. This excited group found a fantastic wine shop around the corner and as they went in, ...