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After the Salt Flats of Bolivia we made our way across to San Pedro in Chile as this was the easiest way to get to Salta in Argentina. We knew that we would have to wait a few days for a bus so checked into a good hostel and enjoyed the blistering sunshine. San Pedro is actually a pretty cool town and it feels a bit like it belongs in an old Western film. We pretty much just chilled out although we did rent some bikes and visit the Valle de La Luna which if you ...
Another sunny morning so more washing done before heading
off shopping after a stroll through Palermo Hollywood – can’t see what all the fuss
is about, why it is the ”in” place to stay. Will check out some more next week
before writing it off totally!
At least it had less ****** streets and sealed bins on the
streets, including for recycling, so less of the grubby guys with their overladen
... with activities we had wanted to do but ran out of time while there in May. Also, we had more money to change, this time Uruguayan Pesos, which could be exchanged at the best rate on Avenida Florida in the city center. We had inadvertently forgotten to change such pesos to Brazilian Reals when we crossed that border, so needed to lighten the load in our pockets, by no longer carrying around useless bills, and figured the walk to downtown and back, purposefully ...
We woke up early (8am) and paid for breakfast (which was not included in hotel price). Breakfast was legit though! Fruta ensalada, cornflakes, yoghurt, té, pan and crossaints! After breakfast, we gave the Hotel our laundry to do. Then taking the receptionists advise, we caught the subway the Cathedral. The subways are efficient but not as lovely as the one in Chile and in no way has anything on Singapore. However there was an exceptional piece of eye candy on the subway that me and ...
... by the minute. Analia assured us it was worth the wait and she wasn't wrong. I had the biggest, juiciest, tastiest steak of my life and, together with the wine, the side dishes, the service and price it was probably the best meal of our trip.
Speaking of food and drink, we visited an old classic theatre that has been beautifully renovated and converted into a library. It's recommended as the most beautiful library in the world/South America. If anyone has ...