Marques De Tojo
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... of a show. The colours range from terracotta red to mossy green, and sparkle magically in the morning light.
Sam and I stayed here only one night, so there's not much to be told. Another nice camp site, another long walk in the desert, more delicious food, and another bottle of red. Instead I'll let the pictures do the talking. Enjoy ...
... canyons are red, green, yellow and bright burgundy. They are spectacular. We stopped in a tiny town of Tilcara to get money from an ATM. The town we were staying in had an ATM, but there wasn't any money in it. So, the hunt was on. We NEEDED money for the bus tomorrow and dinner this evening. We got a little gas in the car because it was being picked up and we didn’t want them to have to put expensive gas ...
... think that you had found the end. It looked like it had curled up like a piece of paper.
We stopped at an elaborate looking shrine by the side of the road. It was based on the popular legend of Deolinda Correa, who is believed to have died of dehydration whilst walking an isolated pathway, to reach her sick husband. Although she perished, her baby was found days later in good health. as it had continued to suckle at her ...
... back to purmamarca.
We shared the road with just one other car, and once we reached the point of descent, the car was in neutral for nearly 40 minutes! It was pretty dark, but the return was definitely doable.
Finding our hotel, el viejo algarrobo( algarrobo is a type of tree) , was as simple as cruising through the cobbled streets of purmamarca until we found it. We did ask one guy, but we really just stumbled upon ...
... finished with Salinas Grandes it was about 4 pm and since we had spent most of the day on gravel roads, we were ready to get to Purmamarca and settle in. Purmamarca is a Unesco heritage site with a town that inhabits 300 residents and is surrounded by the most visible seven color mountains. One can clearly see the mountains as soon as you get there. Luckily for us we had a room that directly faced one of these mountains. El viejo Algorrobo was a small inn ...