Marques De Tojo
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and we've promised to live in an Eco home whenever and wherever we settle down. So far, Argentina promises to be the most interesting, fun and beautiful country we've been to - although we keep getting warnings of dangerous cities, rank inequality and urban poverty. We'll see. Day 31. Monday 29th December. Maimará to Purmamarca. After being chased by hundreds of stray dogs in Peru and surviving unscathed, today, one of the few stray dogs to have chased us in Argentina ...
... in 4 days, but we were on the road many more hours than if it were back home.
Then Eldon went on a 3 mile hike over the top of a mountain—the Hill of seven Colors that the town of Purmamarca is famous for. He said it wasn’t any great shakes; it was a road more than a trail. But there was some very nice scenery
Our hostess suggested a restaurant for dinner so we walked there around ...
... was a lovely vibe to the main plaza, with panpipe music playing and lots of people hanging out enjoying the sunny afternoon. We went into a restaurant for some lunch and were struck by how fancy it was, there were wine glasses and cutlery, even wooden chairs, rather than plastic ones. It felt like fancy dining compared to what we have gotten so used to and we were quite happy to sit back and enjoy it.
As we carried on for ...
... were only about 100 miles from the Chilean border. A few guys sat in the whipping wind, selling sculptures made out of...salt(surprise) of course we bought some.
After maybe 15 minutes, I'd had enough. Mike drove back so I could keep my eyes peeled for vicuņas, animals that kind of look like a cross between a llama and a gazelle...small with skinny necks. I saw a segment on planet earth about their resilience and ability to live ...
... endless dirt roads, San Antonio de las Cobres. It is a small mining town, that had houses that looked like bunkers somewhere in the eastern hills of the Andes. Fabricio knew a place up there that served great food and more importantly had a real bathroom. El Augero was extremely local, one of the two places in town where one could eat, they simply told you what they had for the day and you picked, ate and paid what they told you - they liked to keep it ...