Legado Mitico Salta
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... were covered in glasses and bottles. In the centre of the room was a billiards table where a game was going. Through long bar was busy as people bought drinks and empanadas. Beyond the glass doors opposite the bar, there was black and in the window the entire bar scene was reflected in reverse. It was a busy night and everything was difficult to hear. Near the centre of the bar were two ecologists from New Zealand. They wore brightly coloured ponchos they had bought ...
... through when none of us could get out of bed, so we settled for a small walk around the town. We got the bus back to Salta in the afternoon to ensure that we could book our bus to San Pedro de Atacama tonight. George and I made use of our very last Pesos by each getting our last fat steak in Argentina, meanwhile Robbo spent his evening with a pot noodle back at the hostel which we were using as a base camp. Into the Chilean desert we ...
... donkeys or fields being worked by oxen or men with stones tied to bits of stick.... no more fabulous, juicy, delicious, unidentifiable tropical fruits (by far the best aspect of the cuisine in that part of the world), no more beans and corn - hoorah! But what Argentina lacks in exotic foreignness, I'm sure it will make up for in edible meat, decent and affordable wine and a vast and diverse landscape of desert scenery, lakes, mountains, icefields and glaciers.
... They dont seem to have paraglidig here anymore as there was an accident last year. They said to do it in cordoba, g@**hhsj*. But they have great day tours to cafayate and humahuaca. Today im going to climb a mountain for a view over salta. The stairs to get to the top were crazy, had to stop 2 times coz my head was banging, the sun was very hot. Wasnt as bad as they said it would be tho, about 1050 steps and i suggested 30min. They laughed and said, more! And dont do ...
... scenery. We decide to skip Tilcara and do that tomorrow and instead head to Uquia, famous for its church that has painting of the saints with guns. We arrive there a bit early though and the church is closed so will chill for a while and have some more empanadas and we also but some quinoa pops and introduce Eric to a snack similar to pop corn but better in my opinion that we discovered in Bolivia. The church is very beautiful and small so only takes a couple of minutes to look ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility