Hotel La Comarca
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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 …
... and the buildings, that we could see, had obvious Germanic influences.
As we continued to gently climb, the road opened up to a long straight road (Sebbie asking whether the Romans had been here or not...) with a large lake off to our right hand side it was exciting to see water (this is such a dry area that it has an average precipitation of 16mm for the four months of June to September!). So obviously we had to stop and climb through a fence and walk a 100m down ...
With an early start we headed north on the first leg of our tour of the north ultimately heading towards the Jujuy region. On Saturday our route took us along the same path as the Train to the clouds with our first stop in the small town of Campo Quijano and then onto Quebrada del Toro. We enjoyed stunning views of the valleys, gorges and mountains as we continued our climb towards the Andes. We then made our way to the pre-Incan city of Santa Rosa de Tastil before moving ...
... the words wasn't really a big deal, because almost no one spoke English.
Singing lead to more chatting and we ended up buying them a bottle of wine...they stayed and we talked about Argentina as the quaint little restaurant got louder and busier...eventually turning into a little dance party nightclub situation. they left at about 2am after giving us their information so we could Facebook them. I'm really looking forward to ...
... 10:29. Phew. Glad this is Argentina and not Swizerland. Everything’s always late here. In Switzerland the bus’d have left 3 minutes ago, whereas here they hadn’t started loading up yet!
The drive to Jujuy was pretty, lots of greenery and mountainous terrain but when we arrived in the city, having no desire to spend any more time in another samey city, we decided to get straight out to the smaller towns. The thing that had attracted us ...
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