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... in an enclosed bowl, is an amazing place to watch the sun rise but is a tricky path to negotiate in the pitch black at 5am. On this basis and because it was clear(ish), we decided to head up the 45 minute scramble straight away and have a look at the towers- it is truly stunning and, as we could make out the peaks, enjoyed the view knowing we might not see it the next morning. After a few hours sleep we woke to a far-too-early alarm, grabbed our already packed bags and hiked back ...
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The next morning we left our campsite all set up and headed into Siete Tazas. We passed through a police check at the entrance to the park, nothing over the top they just wanted to record our details, licence, name and car rego. After getting the all clear we proceeded into the park making a quick stop to look at a spectacular waterfall and this was just a small taste of things to come. We made our way to the main feature were there was a much higher entrance ...
Hannah's sister Becca and husband Ziggy met us on the 29th at our apartment- it was great to spend some time with familiar faces and to catch up. They were on a holiday from Singapore where they live, taking in Panama, Santiago, Easter Island and Tahiti on their trip. They transferred at Heathrow too which meant they could pick up a few British supplies for us- the teabags, high deet insect repellent (you just cannot get it here), hair product (I know I know) and a ...
... Hard time at the terminal getting a seat out of town south – finally a helpful lady said she’d sorted it. Stupidly I didn’t check the tickets until late pm to find she’d booked me for manana! When I went back she was off shift and the chica was unsympathetic – refused to call her colleague or her manager, just threatened to call security. Wanted to charge me 20% ...
... of some of the highest mountains in the Andes.
Crossing the border was easy, except for the fact that Adam had to pay almost $200 just to enter Argentina, thanks to the US government's new policy to charge Argentinians the same amount. We arrived just 5 hours later into Mendoza, the wine capital of South America. Mendoza was far bigger than we expected and run down in many areas of the city. We had assumed it would be much more rural. Having said this, after our first ...
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