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The 183 km drive through the Valles Calchaquíes to Cafayate along the dry Rio las Conchas was spectacular !
I quote wikipedia:
Cafayate is a town located at the central zone of the Valles Calchaquíes in the province of Salta, Argentina. It sits 1,683 metres (5,522 ft) above mean sea level, at a distance of 189 kilometres from Salta …
... most were headed to Salta which was another seven hours or so up the road. But, an Australian/English couple did get off so I asked them if they were headed to Cafayate. Bingo. It was her birthday in a couple of days and they wanted to do it up a little bit in a nicer hotel on a vineyard. They couldn't have chosen a better place. We hung out for the layover at the terminal and rode together before going our separate ways in Cafayate. I'm sure at this point you have put ...
Sometimes you find yourself going through the motions of travel without having the "I'll remember this forever" life affirming moments. Lately we'd been obediently moving from one pretty small town to the next, taking in the awesome scenery for a night or two, then moving along, without having our worlds shaken. Then we arrived in Cafayate and all that changed.
After our stint in Bolivia's wine region, we were excited to get to Argentina's world renowned wineries to have ...
We had had enough of big city life in BA so after bartering our way down to a decent price we were on a 17 hour bus up to Puerto Iguazu to check out the mighty Iguazu Falls. I was pretty excited for this, and I was hoping they would be as amazing as I had been hearing. A pretty un eventful bus ride, these long trip have just turned in to blurs, they aren't good but they aren't bad, just long and a means to an end. We got to town and when we walked the 100m from ...
... gauchos orchestrating traditional music with their Argentine and South American instruments. One instrument in particular was "Greenpeace's worst nightmare", according to the gauchos; a drum made from a tree base, decorated in snake skin with cow skin at each end. The last night, the night of all nights, we were treated to asado or an Argentine BBQ. The complementary wine started around the campfire, through dinner and into the evening in the games room. 16 cheap-ass ...