Travel Blogs from Tilcara
Stew and I have been busy- digging, shovelling, machete-ing, cutting, watering, picking and weeding, as well as kneading, mixing, boiling and baking. But don’t worry, we’ve not been forced to work the fields or kitchens to pay our way through South America, we’ve been volunteering in a private nature reserve in the hills near the town of Jujuy in North Argentina.
... t want to see red meat for a week!!!
We only really had one full day in Tilcara, which we spent walking up to Gargantua Diablo & Cascades – which is pretty much Devils Gorge and the waterfall. Really cool walk up, good scenery. And quite fun to walk to the waterfall, as you are walking along the riverbed jumping over this stream the whole way. And was just pretty to sit by the waterfall. So was a really cool walk, pretty easy really.
... be discriminated against because of his indigenous origin - just because he had been helping us.
We changed money quickly and crossed the border for the third time. A few minutes later we sat in the next bus to Humahuaca.
But a few kilometers later already, the bus stopped for another check by the Argentinian border police. The rest of passengers were Bolivians and I was quite shocked when the police ordered everybody but ...
... de los Siete Colores" (Seven Colours Peak). We will keep going through the gorge until we arrive to Humauaca village, where we will make a pedestrian tour and we will have lunch. We will arrive in Salta by the afternoon. Dinner.
day in bus went and saw a market thing, then went to a small tourist town sorta thing for lunch to eat ...
... them resembled old temples hat had simply sunk into the ground over thousands of years. I was in my element and was stopping every half mile to take photos. As the other bikers came along so they to were also stopping for photos as this place was just so unusual and beautiful. After stopping about 8 times or so I finally met up with a few others at a wonderful scenic spot where we all took photos and looked at the scenery for about half a hour. I finally got on my way and caught ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPatio Alto Tilcara
If you are in North Argentina you have to stay here!
It is great (not cheap, but worth dubble the money)
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