Hotel Sol San Javier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Ar 7am ish we made it to bed to discover that cat had babbed on the sheets. The reason for taking so much of our sweet time so far in Argentina was to watch a rugby match in their premier tournament-Nacional de Clubes. Despite a bit of a cock up with the taxi driver we saw Tucuman Rugby play Hindu (from Buenos Aires). It was fun to see that 'typical' rugby fans everywhere look the same. It is clearly quite a posh sport here and the ground was in a ...
... large earthquake rattle the building whilst there.
Moving east towards Argentina we entered the Atacama desert proper. Miles of empty roads, desert and then views of the distant snow capped Andean peaks.The tourist favourite of San Pedro de Atacama was our home for 3 nights. Very cool place - modern amenities but an ancient Chilean village (founded 1570) with old church and square. Superb steak and bottle of Merlot - ...
... end of one of Argentina’s many dictatorships meaning that…the museum was shut! Ah well! You kind of have to accept protests as a fact of life here, even though they do get in the way! So after not the most successful day we walked to the bus station to book our onward journey to the city of Tucuman.
After spending the best part of a week in cities we both wanted a change of scenery. We are now heading towards two towns called Tafi del Valle ...
... been travelling around in South America on and off for the past two years on motorbikes. They came to Buenos Aires with their bikes on a cargo ship, then left them in S.A. to fly home for half a year, then continue coming back to cover more and more territory. Another couple of guys we met were from Kansas and Guatemala City (they worked together in Guatemala) had been hitchhiking and camping through a lot of South America. ...
... to the river we passed by lots of lemon trees, and learnt that they are now also growing blueberries which are a new source of income for the area. As for the rafting itself, I was hoping for a thrilling ride from some wild white water, but unfortunately it seems that Tucumán is not the place to offer such an adrenaline rush. In my group there was an Argentinean couple, of which the female half seemed to somehow ...