Marques De Tojo
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... preserved ruins and the mini museum displaying artefacts from archaeological excavations in the area.
After lunch in S.A. de los Cobres we took the famous Route 40 once again and headed north to Salinas Grandes. This staggering sight is a 55,000 hectare natural salt plain on the Andean Plateau where salt is extracted and processed. Walking onto the vast, flat expanse of salt was uncanny and surreal and felt much like walking on ice, without the ...
... As we write, we are cowering in the tent, caught beneath a genuinely terrifying thunder storm; it is by far the loudest thunder we have ever heard, and we can't remember the words of the Thunder Buddies song! Day 30. Sunday 28th December. Wild Camp between Tres Cruces and Azul Pampa to Maimará. It was more or less - notwithstanding the odd bump - a one hundred kilometre descent today, payback for the four thousand metre climbs of Peru and the incessant three thousand ...
... an egg looking shaker). Romain then said look it's the "camino de leche" meaning milk road in spanish ( direct translation for Milky Way) and made everyone laughed like crazy, especially the Argentinians! It was a really fun night and they wanted to go next to the bar for some party. I was too tired and went to bed first. Romain joined them but the entrance cost 70 pesos so they ended up in a bar drinking beer instead. Tomorrow, Pucara. I'm gonna wake up later, just in time for ...
... samples would be taken off her so decided to tick that he didn't haven anything to declare and that he did. Luckily everyone was safe and I took a photo standing in two countries at once. We were climbing even higher in altitude and reached up to 5200m but the experience was made pleasant with the wonderful landscapes which were surprisingly flat. We managed to get a few winks after loads of photos and videos to arrive to our destination, San Pedro de ...
... there there the scenery changed, became more dramatic and colourful...and slightly warmer. There were a number of smaller salt lakes then a much larger one which attracted a number of tourists. Then the roads became twisty, climbed higher, dropped a thousand metres with incredible curves. Wild animals and gravel stretches on some of the bends meant eyes had to be on the road despite the scenery. This went on for about 140 miles so some of it was ...