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... As we write, we are cowering in the tent, caught beneath a genuinely terrifying thunder storm; it is by far the loudest thunder we have ever heard, and we can't remember the words of the Thunder Buddies song! Day 30. Sunday 28th December. Wild Camp between Tres Cruces and Azul Pampa to Maimará. It was more or less - notwithstanding the odd bump - a one hundred kilometre descent today, payback for the four thousand metre climbs of Peru and the incessant three thousand ...
Purmamarca is a postcard perfect little town in the northern deserts of Argentina. It houses a cute little 17th century adobe church and hosts a bountiful daily handicraft market. But the chance to see a church and buy a poncho is not what draws people here. Purmamarca is cradled amongst sunset coloured mountains and sits at the foot of ...
On the way here we passed by a limestone factory. The village is famous for the seven coloured mountain that rises behind. It was a spectacular sight seeing all the different colours in the rocks. The village central square was filled with craftsman selling their ware to the ...
... strange as this was the first camp spot in four nights that wasn't in a cactus valley but he had picked up a puncture none the less. The next difficulty was that we found that the pump was no longer working, but after disassembling it and squeezing some lubrication into it, it was mended for the time being at least. I am constantly amazing at Kory's ability to be my bike mechanic, whether it is fixing my gear cable, making the broken pump ...
... view of the coloured hills surrounding the town. We shared the room with a slightly mad American lady who made an attempt to speak Spanish with the staff in her very heavy American accent - at least she tried!
Sylvie and I walked to the nearby Pucara de Tilcara, a fortress built around 900 years ago, interspersed with cacti. We had great views from the top - Tilcara is a beautiful place to stop for a couple of days. ...