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... way back to get a closer look at
their coloured rocks too but not easy to get a good view except from the cemetery
– had another doggy companion there too.
Got a shared taxi back but still loads of time to kill and
bus ticket office still closed, so after some goats cheese and BBQ flatbread in
the park for lunch, headed uphill for nearly 25 mins just to get to the start
of the path. From there it ...
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 ...
... We met some people, including Charlie (clubs all night and sleeps all day) and Richard (really nice guy but easily led by Charlie!) and went out for a drink or two in the evening. I tried Fernet, the Argentinean speciality spirit which is frankly horrible!
The next day we wanted to go to a to a town near Cordoba called Alta Gracia which is home to Che Guevara’s childhood home, and a Jesuit monastery. We went along with two other travellers ...
... 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.
... I met in a hostel. I did a bit of research and found it got some good reviews so I decided to add it to my itinerary.
The journey from Tucumán was stunning (how many times have I used that word in my blog – I apologise, but if you saw it you'd agree). In Tucumán itself it was raining and dull but as we drove through the narrow gorge of the Rio de los Sosas, surrounded by subtropical rainforest we were climbing ...