Legado Mitico Salta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to get used to. After 3 hours in the saddle I hurt all over and getting back on solid ground was both a blessing and a burden. If the horse riding wasn't lovely enough, the day got better. We were invited out to the backyard for water and wine before being seated inside for lunch. As I'm not a red wine drinker I opted for the water; always keen to extend my palate I had a sip of the red wine and to my surprise I liked it! It was a very light, drinkable red - a local blend of ...
... 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">There was a volleyball pitch, table tennis and pool table at the hostel which kept us entertained and on the last day Rowan, Dan and I went on a horse riding trek. We were driven about an hour out of Salta to an area of remote countryside. Before starting the trek we had some local wine which was lovely and made in the area. The horse ridding lasted about 3 or 4 hours and went through ...
Borders are such powerful places. One culture buttes up against another. One way of life stops and another starts for those of us who wander through. I had always thought of Argentina in terms of the differences with Uruguay. Now, what struck me coming into Argentina from southern Bolivia was how similar our cultures are. I felt I had arrived, and I yet was still two thousand km away. All of a sudden the Spanish had ...
... starts to walk off across the bridge towards the Argentine border town of El Quiaca, but, out of the corner of my eye I catch another policeman in a different uniform behind a glass counter, tucked away around a corner next door to the Bolivian guy. No signs or other indications but this is indeed the Argentina immigration office so I call everyone back to get there stamps. We met an Irish couple in Bolivia who were worried sick that coming the other way, they forgot to ...
... hill. There was another road which linked back up to salta in a circle which we decided to take. The scenery along this road was equally as beautiful but the actual road was a bit gravely and bumpy to say the least. To cut a long story short we arrived in salta with a chipped windscreen, a flat tire and to top it off the back bumper dragging along the floor. Oops! Luckily as it was a cheap company they some how only charged us £50 each so we thought we got off pretty lightly! ...