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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 ...
... stop in 12 days time when we are back in Chile. Fingers crossed it works out ok ! Also getting to grips with our onward route - gravel roads are still used pretty extensively so we have to be careful on the roads we select.
Hired a pick up on one of the days and went exploring the area. Visited the high altipano lakes of Laguna Miscanti and Miniques, the Atacama salt flats and Laguna Chaxa complete with Flamingoes and the ...
... because it was a small place almost entirely full of British people! There was a group of 10 guys from London along with some other Brits who were already pretty drunk by the time we arrived! We were too tired to get really involved that night, so we spoke to two other British guys who were there. Seriously it was very strange to be around so many British voices again! It turned out later that the big group of guys had not been very popular at the hostel, as ...
... 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 ...
... to get in. Luckily, I had some space in a very basic wagon in the middle of babies and I managed to get some sleep in between two medical intervention on people being sick. Everyone was quite tired on the second day on the train. Some guys grabbed the guitar to play some folclore and it made the atmosphere nicer and the guys from the train company even offered us some sandwiches. Six-hour late we arrived to San Miguel de Tucumán where I just passed by for the second time to take the ...