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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... have a BBQ, and I ended up getting quite tipsy as it was Kyle's birthday. Hattie and I stayed up and decided to swap everyone's tents around and move a tent somewhere else whilst the person still slept. We marker penned all over Kyle's face. The morning was interesting, as everyone knew it was us two. We went to the markets and got food, and then walked around the square and had ice cream for breakfast. The campsite has a ...
... luck – just as about to give up (last bus for 3 hours had gone!) a kindly local couple with child pulled up.
Got them to drop me at a vineyard, the oldest here, just outside town and latched onto a tour group for a whirlwind tour and free tiny tasting of 2 wines.
Walked back from there, stopping in the plaza for an artisanal ale to rehydrate, but at 11% and cloudy as hell, was not doing the job – had pep T ...
... town. When we got back Tom had to catch a bus to Cordoba, but we picked up an American girl called Barbra to replace him. That night we all cooked at the hostel and polished off a few bottles of wine bought from one of the local Bodegas El Trevisto. That night it started snowing in the hils around in town and it was getting rather cold all of a sudden, winter is coming. For our last day in Cafayate we woke to a very chilly day and Lauren, myself and Barbra headed out for a tour ...
... amazing red wine, snorkelled with sea lions, seen every possible rock formation that looks like something, got drenched by one of the world's largest waterfalls and generally had an awesome time. The idea of coming to Argentina was what started our whole crazy "let's go round the world for a year" plan. And it didn't disappoint. A huge and diverse country that should be high on all your to-do lists. Adiós Argentina. Phil and Mups ...