Hotel Colonial Salta
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Maggi got up just as other girl got in and they started talking I mean who does that at 5.30 in the morning?! I set my alarm to go for a run but was so tired I reset it. Then showered, packed, checked out and had breakfast. Hung out in reception area had to book another night in hostel to get good rate and loaded photos and looked at flights from iguazu to BA. Chatted to Serena ...
... where meals took forever and were rubbish but considering the staff looked like they were on the verge of collapse we couldn't blame them.
In the afternoon we returned to our room for a siesta as we were still missing a few hours’ sleep from the night before, this was just what the doctored ordered and by the time we woke up it was almost time to eat again.Wandering once again towards the main square we dreaded what we would find ...
... a lake. We drove across the salt stopping to take some of the famous salt flat photos (which I promise you are much harder than they look) before going to a salt hotel to stay overnight. Yes I slept in a hotel made form cricks of salt and before you think of a salt castle...remember that this was Bolivia and in the middle of nowhere. Although it was not what most of us were expecting we made the most of it, with views of an amazing volcano, llamas and flamingos in the watery swamps of ...
... supposed to see”.
I ventured into the tented area to see what it was all about and after searching for some time, I eventually found some teachers who spoke English.They told me a story which sadly I am discovering is common place in this country.According to them Government corruption has channeled money into projects that benefit only the rich and the middle classes and money promised for public sector pay rises and new schools has ...
... views from the top, and gorgeous lawns and gardens, were well worth it, Dan had contemplated doing the winding staircase trail (1000 steps) back down but I wasn´t getting in that damn cable car either by myself or possibly with some lunatic latino who might have gone beserko and sent the cable car plunging to our deaths. I´m not paranoid, its just that everyone is out to get me:))
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