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... au détail et la consommation est tolérée dans le nord du pays de par son utilisation coutumière par le habitants Quechua. Au Peru ce n'est même pas interdit ^^ Retour à Tilcara fin d'après midi.
Le 31 Octobre, le projet initial était de visiter le village de Pamamarca mais aucun bus avant 16h30. Donc à la place nous avons fait un tour en ville où Kajsa s'est également acheté un pull en laine d'Alpaca. Bus retour vers Salta à midi. Arrivée à Salta, nous ...
... it's hard to know which way to point the camera. The further into the desert we go the better it gets. Horses and cattle everywhere, the open road sides are their paddocks, so we have to keep an eye open for livestock of all shapes and sizes. We had our best empanadas yet, llama meat and it's yum. With wild llamas and donkeys on our road trip, as well as the villages around here, it's like stepping back in time. Fantastic street stalls ( I need a bigger suitcase :)). ...
... the next day we first set off to buy our bus tickets on to La Quiaca, on the Bolivian border. This accomplished, we trekked through the town to visit the main attraction - a pre-Inca settlement, lovingly reconstructed in the 1950s and including a Pukara (fortress), shaped like a small pyramid. The ruins were great - small houses with cactus wood roofs, with fantastic views of the colourful valley. On our way back ...
... of you who know me and my food habits, was that every restaurant suddenly based it´s menu around llama! My theory of cuter animals being tastier would be put to the test.
I identified a restaurant where we could see a peña (Argentinian folk-music show) and where I could sample Larry the llama, as Hannah had called every single llama we had passed so far, and went back to see how the patient was doing.
My offerings of grilled ...
... ruins. I knew Alex and Hannah wouldnt be too keen on waiting for me, so I kinda just ran through and took pics and then headed back down.
At the entrance they had a cactus garden and some poor llamas caged up. Some stupid guy was shaking the wire fence yelling at the llamas. I glared at him from behind my sunglasses.....
We hopped in the car and headed another 20km towards Purmamarca to see the 7 coloured mountains!
Crazy cool it was to see ...
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