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... He spend the day pushing rocks back and forth between his front paws. He can do it for hours, we tried to feed him leftovers, but he wasn't really interested, he just wanted to play with a rock. The other dog we found was rosa. Rosa chased us on the bikes from one of the vineyards and then just stayed. She would come into the wineries with us, and restaurants. We caught a cab back to the campsite and she still managed to find ...
... spot where the culinary adventure began. You were able to pick from the appetizer, main course and dessert selections for the set "executive" lunch. Walter explained the items briefly and I opted to go for the local dishes, except for the empanadas:) The main dish, Locro, is like a peasant stew. It had corn, meat chunks and fat. Eleanor, an English girl joined us for lunch and we three agreed it was not beef but probably goat from one ...
... in Cafayate). Having developed a taste for llama in Salta, we decided to go for that again and chose a nice restaurant just off the main plaza. As Cafayate is wine country, we were looking forward to tasting a really nice bottle of wine. Except this is where our Spanish (or lack of) let us down. Weīd heard that the Torrontes grape is very nice so we picked the first one on the menu - a Torrontes Tarde. When it arrived, we were ...
... impassable in the rainy season you have no choice but to hitch hike that unforgiving dusty hotness in hopes of inching closer to the jewel at the top of the wine world.
Many rules that hold true in North America are much the same down here and when you consider any action here with football stadiumīs worth of common sense you find that getting along down here isnīt all that different than traipsing about say... the Beaver Valley. Hitch hiking for instance is ...
... the first stage, only for some army jobsworths come on, take everyone off the bus for another bag check (which compromises patting it twice then giving a head nod) before letting you continue. I mean c'mon if you're gonna wake me up to check it, at least check it - wouldve been worth it just to see them find the fake ****.
But seeing as I was now awake... Scenery around Quebrada de Humahuaca was amazing, with rustic coloured rocks and valleys with a ton of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking