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Most recently we have been in the north of Argentina just outside of the wine growing region in a place called Salta. This was the last place we …
... strong, modest yet full of great pride. The older men helped the young girls up on to their horses, they were happy to take pictures, and then they geared up with their saints and banners, and calmly marched out of the square, as the sea of surrounding people parted for them. Cafayete is 180 km to the south and they took five days to get there, only to turn right back after their blessing. We felt like we had stumbled upon a great ...
... if he's 'helping' with luggage from every bus that arrives and leaves.
Trusting our guide book we decided to walk 5 minutes to a close by hostel as we would we leaving the next day. It soon came apparent the hostel was nowhere to be seen so now even more annoyed and hungry we made our way back to the station. On the way we found a house that let out rooms and with our broken Spanish managed to stay there for the night. The guy was extremely weird and stunk of alcohol so ...
<Guest Post by Alice>
We made it to Salta this afternoon, one of our last stops in Argentina before we hit the southern Bolivian border.
When we arrived at the bus terminal, a bunch of scouts from different local hostels were there to greet us with information about ¨spacious and clean accomodation.¨ The first guy sold us on a new place with the promise of a free taxi ride there so ...
... meats and of course, the gigantic bags of coca leaves. As I walked down another colonial looking street, I arrived at a red and gold painted church-the symbol of Salta city. Down the street another church which still functioned as a closed convent. There was a woman delivering watermelons for the nuns to eat! Next I visited the Teleferico to see Salta city. By this point, I was so drained and exhausted I couldn't fully appreciate the waterfall display and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility