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... they conquered, enslaved and relocated, and the wine industry was the most developed aspect of Chilean agriculture until the 20th century.) Under this latter reform, which was supported by the Alliance for Progress and the Catholic church - the church having ulterior motives as Protestantism spread throughout the region - someone owning 1000 hectares but only cultivating 10% of them (more than enough to make them quite wealthy and powerful), would have 20% ...
... and the arms of the statue move so that the
statue gives the assembled crowd a blessing. Feeling blessed we then approached
the towns other highlight which was the enormous memorial built to remember the
local indigenous long resistance to the Spanish invasion. This very large
monument was constructed at the top of 100 steps that gave a view over the
small village. We entered another small church that contained a number of
paintings from the ...
... m thinking Scream) since it was pretty much deserted and had a rather eerie feel to it. By now we were both exhausted from all the driving and ready to get back to Salta to drop it off - we didt envy the person who had the task of cleaning it, it was disgustingly dirty both inside and out. After dropping the car off (we drove 1,400km in 6 days over a mix of dreadful and ok roads we were practically just waiting for the bus to take us to Chile, only problem was it wasn't until 1am... ...
... blinding white expanse in all its glory. Derek and Alfonso seemed to have a good time too.
After a couple of nights in Jujuy we moved on to Salta, the bigger city of the North-West region of Argentina, and here we enjoyed a night out at a local Peņa. It’s a special dinner-music-dancing entertainment extravaganza where you get to tuck into a steak while enjoying live folk music and dancers in ...
... with cobalt blue rock outcroppings, this walk was about the journey itself rather than the destination so going slow was not an issue.
The area is something that should only be found in the twisted mind of a surrealist painter, high on hallucinogenics. With a couple of beers inside and the light-headedness caused by walking in altitude, the crazy world around me seemed all the more dreamlike. The path we followed was all uphill around the back of the ...