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... near empty so we ended up sitting by the side of the road for several minutes, trying to shake out the last drops. A couple of hundred metres further on, close to the edge of town, we were accosted by three snarling dogs. I don't think they would have actually bitten us in a hurry and they were simply defending their household but they were very intimidating nonetheless. Our plan had been to get out into the countryside and take in the vineyards. ...
... the bus. We visited various rock formations and valleys on the tour. We went again to the individual attractions, which were not directly on the street. On the way back in the late afternoon, we saw people who made the tour by bicycle. This would however be back until well after dark in Cafayate. We were very glad that we had opted for the tour bus and were not again at a company well into the night on the road. The next day it was for us to San Salvador de ...
... the courtyard again, feasting on hams, cheese, eggs and olives. Another great day in Cafayate. Day 33 - Cafayate had come to an end far too quickly and it was time to move on. In the morning, we made a quick trip to the Wine and Vine Museum, which was mainly filled with poetry about wine. Kate liked it, Chris not so much. It was our last chance to enjoy some good empanadas so we grabbed a few of our Casa de Empanadas favourites from our first night in Cafayate before heading to the bus ...
... faculties. People go haywire living too near an airport or working in the incessant noise of a factory. Office buildings that recirculate air and make extensive use of synthetic materials create an atmosphere depleted of negative ions. Though undetectable by the senses directly, this is ultimately a vibratory phenomenon on the molecular level, and it has powerful, measurably harmful effects: people become depressed and irritable, tire easily and ...
... at the lookout spot called the 3 Crosses simply took your breath
away. The other amazing spots were the last 2 we stopped at. The first was
called the Amphitheatre where each year the Salta Symphony plays a concert in
this spectacular natural amphitheatre. The other is called the Devil’s Throat
which is a canyon where the water, when it rains, flows over the top of the
mouth of the canyon but when it is dry, like now, you have ...