Hotel Cerros de San Lorenzo

Los Berros, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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Salta rocks (Steve's title)

A travel blog entry by samsonite32

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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 …

We are alive

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova

... running around..Sking for money.. bought some bread outside and some veg at the market. found a hidden tranquil restaurant..treated ourselves for quinoa..yummy.. did not know if to cry or laugh..or both..i mean..the car is partly ******..Veru got her purse stolen..just great... well the lunch was tasty and we felt better..continued with a walk in the town and did not like it at all..strange strange place.. ok..so we bought some wine in the ...

Day 57 on route to Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble

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... pain out so it wouldn't fall into the bus. As we now had no window the bus was very breezy and the curtain in front of the hole kept flapping around making a racket. They attempted to make a plaster for the bus out of duck tape and cardboard and this lasted all of 10 minutes until it blew off and we were back with the hole. There was nothing we could do about and it didn't matter because we were distracted with dinner. When it first arrived I ...

Quilmes

A travel blog entry by graybeard

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... my bus ticket to a later time to accommodate the tour (for a 20% change fee).

The Indian settlement of Quilmes covered about 75 acres and dates from around 1000 AD. They think the settlement had a total population of about 5,000. It's up against a steep, rocky hill and spreads out into the valley. The population there was pretty good at resisting invaders. The invading Inca did not subjugate them and, after ...

Amo a Bolivia

A travel blog entry by rowannewman

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... and me then for the climbing. Very cool guy, any more laid back and he'd be dead! No helmets required for climbing and it turns out at times he seemed more anxious about keeping the music playing then watching me climb 30m walls! Anyway, in the face of these challenges I climbed 6 routes and loved it! I am no professional but still give it a bash eh! I could stay in Bolivia a lot longer........but there is a rugby game to get to in Salta, Argentina. Just one more bus journey ...

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