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Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Tucuman
Took at 5 hour bus ride through spectacular scenery and road fixings from Cafeyate to Tucuman, a huge bustling city and HOT.
Too-koo-man,what a place! The people here are the most friendly we have come across, they make Mr Smily and Mr Happy look postively miserable:-) Even the taxi men let you know that they are taking a slightly longer route because of the one way system..........you wouldn't get that up the golden mile. Tucuman is a really historic place............. …
... stops in the
country. Newish spot in terms of backpackers, the nightlife there was
very good. We stayed in a new hostel, who were taking pictures of all
their lodgers, it was quite when we were there, they had us tagged on
the hostels facebook page within a couple of hours after we leaving.
They gave us some great information on where to travel to in the north
of the country, places we ...
Chile continues to impress - yet to spot a pothole on a main road and driving standards are still good. More importantly the scenery is massive. Lots of desert on the way to San Pedro de Atacama which is no great surprise. The Atacama is the driest place on earth and some areas haven't seen rain for 12 thousand years allegedly. I'm always dubious about these 'facts' though ! The area is frequently used for filming Mars scenes for film ...
... and fashionable type clothes, then theres more shops selling everything you can think of than at Medowhall. Unfortunately, as I am climbing in altitude, I need warm, practicle clothes. As far I can find, there is only 1 outdoor type shop. Trousers are found, a jacket will have to wait.
Tomorrow, on to Salta which is supposed to be much nicer (to look at) with more to do.
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