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... the campsite, where we were the only ones in the place. In retrospect, we have heard from a couple of backpackers, that there was a better campsite where are always people. But as we were sure that no one would bring us to the well-deserved sleep.
Then we visited the many craft shops in the city center. We were so exhausted from traveling and decided to go eat in the evening in a restaurant. At night it was cool and we realized ...
... blended wine and had a great time listening to the live music. Between songs, Norm and all the other Argentines in the room howled with laughter at the jokes told by the head musician while the three of us looked on puzzled, but Norm said they were too hard to translate.
After dinner, we were happy to go back to our nice, roomy condo and collapse into bed for a good night's sleep, looking forward to our tour of the Jujuy Valley the next day.
... Purmarmaca and head for the tourist information office for directions. There are 2 treks you can do, one through the valley behind the seven colour hill for about an hour and a half, or 45 minutes if you just keep walking. The other is a viewpoint from the hill across the river where you can have a good view of the entire town. We went to the viewpoint first and met a cool Argentinian guy there. We went together with him to the trek behind the hills and they seems to have a ...
... and spotting some llamas we stopped at a clearing where we had an impressive view of the mountains. It was breath taking and we decided to take a 15 minute walk down a hill to get a better view. After loads of picture taking we had to head back, but due to the altitude we were absolutely exhausted by the time we reach the truck. We made our way back to the town, picking up a couple of hitchhikers and caught the bus back to our hostel. That night we ...
... Argentina - sweaters or sweatshirts or whatever... It's totally bizarre but kind of cool in a strange I don't know how I feel about this kind of way.
It was a nice walk down...probably 30+ minutes. We walked through a beautiful neighborhood that resembled Florida...beautiful Spanish colonial homes with manicured gardens and happily collared dogs.
At noon, we picked up the car...city driving in Argentina is bad ...