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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Bij aankomst is er maar één taxi maar die is te klein om al onze koffers mee te nemen.
Een andere taxi komt en we proppen onze koffers erin. Na flink duwen sluit eindelijk het portier en rijden we in een kleine vijf minuten naar ons hotel.
Het hotel is wel goed maar we missen het persoonlijke van onze loft ook al zijn hier …
... love with an alpaca wool sweater with a pattern of llamas that he also bought. Then, we visited the independence monument, which is quite an impressive sculpture for such a small village. At the foot of the monument, there was also a lovely arts and crafts market that we went through. The colors are really great, but we stayed true to the decision to wait and buy things later. At the market, we were repeatedly offered to buy coca leaves, right under the nose of ...
... it was an excellent haunting sound across the hills and made the place seem a whole lot more magical and peaceful, till the bus load tourists turned up, "bummer". We had lunch at a great little spot, I think empanadas are getting better and better or I'm just getting used to them. We are now relaxing at a lovely old homestead BnB, just near the airport, waiting till we fly out again to Buenos Aries, if all goes well we should be there for lunch and get to explore the city ...
... of it's own. And what's the harm of breaking up you Latin American trip with a month or so Europe?
Our first stop was Tilcara - a dusty yet picturesque desert town home to a mishmash of traditional farmers and arty urban refugees looking to escape the rat race. Over the last seven months we have met countless Argentinian travellers making a living as artisans. They sell jewellery, photos, or drawings. You find them on the streets juggling ...
... though undrinkable, wine. The fireworks were mixed with the lightnings of yet another storm, while between a glass of wine and a beer we made our way back to the hotel. Not a memorable New Year's Eve, but then again the last two and a half months have all been memorable, as we hope the next to come will be as well. Starting from the first days of January and what they will bring along: Bolivia and some more breathtaking adventures that will no doubt be waiting for us there.