Hotel La Comarca
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Earrrrrly wake up call at 5.30 am !!! Yes today is going to be a loooong day. Not only a long drive but a double border crossing: Chile and Argentina, that was a sport.
Arrived at the exit border of Chili and found already a long line of truck drivers.
The border was supposed to be open at 7 am but it was 8.15 before anyone showed up. All …
... so far we have tried Yerba Mate a national drink ( tea,coffee,Coco) combined sort of thing) we have seen people drinking it and wanted to know what it was and now we know. I think we are the only ones here so service has been extra special, the views from the dinning room are great and we have them all to ourself . Tonight's dinner was a big thumbs up, lamb stew, bbq goat and chicken, salad lots of condiments so very full but yum. Now it's a time for coffee and then big bear syndrome ...
... 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 ...
... for a couple of hours, collecting a new member, Dingo the dog. Hungry after our packed our breakfast of bread, we headed back to the restaurant we had previously been to and ordered llama stew. Eager to try it we waited to be served with a massive bowl of stew. It was wonderful and tasted so homely. After a stuffed lunch we headed to another nearby town called Tilcara. We were going to trek to a waterfall but after lots of food and not a lot of ...
... I had lost an hour crossing the border so time was getting on and I had to use the 4 litres of gas that I bought yesterday (still have 6 litres) and have still not filled up.
Despite my concerns with the fuel consumption, and it was low climbing, it was higher overall than it has been for months. At a total average of 64mpg for the day I guess it must like this air !!!
Eventually arrived here in Purmamarca and still at 2, 700 ...