Huaira Huasi

Address: RN. 52 Km 4.5, Purmamarca, Province of Jujuy, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on RN. 52 Km 4.5, Purmamarca.
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      Travel Blogs from Purmamarca

      Pumarmarca, the hill of seven colours

      A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Aug 15, 2014

      ... to view the beautiful hill of Maimara and walked through the town towards the cemetery. The town seems pretty quiet at this time and almost all the shops are closed. I guess it's because it's siesta time so everyone is having a rest. We got to the cemetery, took some photos and felt really exhausted from the scorching sun. We decided to take a taxi back for 14 pesos instead as we are not sure what time the next bus will arrive. Enough for today I guess, it's time to relax in the ...

      Jujuy, Purmamaca, Humahuaca, Tilcara

      A travel blog entry by ami-antics on Jun 12, 2014

      ... 3 month visa and couldn't pay the fine at the border we were crossing. Sad, but exhausted we slept a little on the bus, after Nadia and I had chatted a lot due to our sweet sucking. The views along the way though were incredible and we pulled up to the border around 8am. We waited around an hour and eventually got off the bus to have our passports stamped and bags checked. Kelsey worries her wooden cup would be taken off her but Scotty panicked that ...

      Getting to know Argentina

      A travel blog entry by gemandkory on Mar 12, 2013

      13 photos

      After watching an amazing sunset last night, I was awarded with a beautiful sunrise in the morning, which slowly lit up the mountains and the surrounding altiplano landscape. I was struck with the feeling of "this is what we do this for". How often do most people watch the sunrise and then experience gorgeous sunsets day after day? How many people can tell you what phase the moon is in and how beautiful the stars look at night? These are ...

      Driving in Argentina and dogs in sweaters

      A travel blog entry by lovintheworld17 on Jul 08, 2012

      35 photos

      ... to reach the Salinas Grandes. It was definitely a windy, steep road. The ascent was turns straight up onto the altiplano before a brief descent to the salinas. The road was surprisingly easy, despite the beds...very wide and the drop off was about 5 feet away from the edge of the road, so I didn't have that constant fear of falling off.

      We left purmamarca at 4:40, which is apparently late. I would do it ...

      A cool valley of colorful mountains

      A travel blog entry by dixongarnett on Dec 11, 2011

      ... there because it provided a view point up and down the valley. Because there were buildings for housing and fences for stockyards for llamas, as well as a church t was the perfect place for hide and seek but mum didn't want to let me out of her sight, so we checked out the whole hill which was a bit of a maze and took lots of photos. It was cool. We met back up with dad who just did a 20km ride to the devils throat. Mum got her last fix at some markets and ...