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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 ...
... to the bus
station early, as ever, as only 2 seats left and then only to Santiago.
Were all really crammed in and the strangely shaded windows
didn’t improve the view – endless dry chaco with cactus and cotton. At first, I
thought all the white stuff on the verges was kapok from the numerous tree
hereabouts, with bulbous Baobab shaped spiky trunks, but then I saw a few
fields of cotton and lorries ...
... reach, so I told myself on Wednesday morning that I would do a day, despite my lack of enthusiasm. The following day I could still catch a bus.
We left beautiful Salta late, at about 11:00 o'clock, trundled quickly through the city and then some 40 km to route 9. It was hot. I bounced at every acceleration or brake. Once on route 9 at Cabeza de Buey ("head of an ox" -- heck of a name for a town) we hummed. My ...
... I had to do it and I knew I wanted to do it, now I just had to get myself on the plane! We signed up for the next day and I actually managed to sleep. We woke up early in the morning and had breakfast at the hostel. It still didn't register in my mind that I was going to jump out of a plane today. Well, we took a cab to the airpark and waited for the clouds to clear. In the meantime the crew took the plane out of the hanger ...
... everynight..... santiago del estero is at the heart of a lot of the folklores music tradition and the bands they have playing are fantastic.... -the second thing that the most boring town expectation out of the water was tia rosa and her daughters- they were amazing, full of information about the area and introducing us to alot of the local specialities..... yes food that is (its easy to become obsessed about ...