Plaza Hotel Salta
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... and even got to try galloping, which was so much fun. We returned to the ranch and sat outside with glasses of wine that the ranch staff kept refilling. When this lunchtime cocktail hour was over, we sat down to a incredible asado feast with seemingly endless meat and sides. Anytime you looked close to finishing the meat on your plate, Jeremy, a friendly Canadian who works at the ranch, would pull another steak or rib or chorizo off the grill ...
... days not doing very much. Remember, this isn't a holiday, this is travelling! So after 2 nights in Salta we booked our bus out of Argentina and over the 4,500 metre high Andes boarder crossing in to Chile and to San Pedro de Atacama. That crossing would bring our Argentinian adventure to a close. We've been to the end of the world, danced the tango, tried to give ourselves gout from eating a LOT of amazing steak and drinking a ...
... of like cornish pasties but much smaller and with thinner pastry. They do them baked or fried and here in Salta the baked ones seem to be most common. And they are much, much nicer.
Stayed here at a place called Posada de Huayruro (ARS343) which was fine. Terrible breakfast, just a couple of sweet rolls and tea or coffee, but the room was good.
Tomorrow we head further north to our last stop in Argentina, ...
... dalla calura asfissiante. Non abbiamo fatto molto altro in questi quattro giorni, se non passeggiare per le vie di Salta fino a quando l'afa ce lo ha permesso, dare un'occhiata al mercato artigianale e salire sulla collina con la teleferica per ammirare il panorama.
Abbiamo ricaricato le batterie e siamo pronti a ripartire e a goderci i nostri ultimi giorni in Argentina, prima di tuffarci in un nuovo ...
... empanadas. We started driving through the "Quebrada del Toro" gorge, when we noticed that we were a big tourist attraction for other tourists. The train only runs twice a week and you need to get your tickets early, so those missing out, hop on vans, follow the train along the gorge and take loads of pictures at each viaduct. We didn't quite expect to be the animals in the zoo, but luckily the train tracks eventually split from the road and we could ...