Hotel Cerros de San Lorenzo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a great adventure and would lead to the same place. Unfortunately we were very wrong, we got a tiny bit lost, after going down a steep mountain face we reached a fence, forcing us back up, through a dodgy area, until we finally rejoined the stairs. The others had already left by the time we found the light. As it was Andy's birthday celebration the plan was to have a lovely group dinner (Nick joined us for the evening) before heading out to celebrate. We all had showers ...
Salta, the 8th largest city in Argentina, located in the Lerma Valley, at 3780 feet above sea level and our last stop before Chile. We spent 3 nights there (in a hotel). We arrived late afternoon, settled in and went out for a yummy meal. In Argentina they eat really late, dinner for them is between 9pm and midnight. The restaurants are usually busy by 10pm. As part of your service charge they always give you bread and ...
As the tour to Cachi had been quite good and it is difficult to get around this part of the region without a car I decided to do another tour with the same company to The Quebrada de Humahuaca on the Tuesday. The weather was ok but a bit dull and it looked like it was gonna rain. The bus picked me up last again at 7.45 am, I had been waiting since 7am! On the bus was Tammy an Aussie lady that we had met in Ushuaia and in Buenos Aires, she ...
... up having a very late night last night so it was a pretty early night tonight. I went to the supermarket with Chloe. She had bigged up this supermarket big time. Said it was the best supermarket in South America. I wasn't disappointed. It was huge and full of everything you could want. It was also full of normal, civilised people and families. It's amazing how much this stands out when you've spent seven weeks in developing countries. I was very happy in this ...
... and I were beside ourselves, it was beautiful.
But the best were the gauchos, the cowboys from the countryside. Horses with colorful saddle bags were lined up along the square and soon their owners poured out of the cathedral. Dressed in deep red and black ponchos, Norteņo hats, and rugged cowboy boots, the gauchos from Cafayete returned to their horses and made quite an impression. They had an air about them that was quiet ...