Portal del Santo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Cafayate
... 1. By the time I crawled into the tent, spinning from too much red wine and fernet at 3:30am, I had a smile on my face that I couldn't wipe off. What we intended to be a chilled night camping had turned into a beautiful night of music and stars and new friends. When Sam crawled into the tent it was 7am and he was the most drunk I'd seen him for a very long time. Now I was worried. We had only one more day left in Cafayate before heading to Cordoba. There was no way I was going to ...
... buses because I think by the end of this year a whole month would have been spent on buses, and that's no silly exaggeration! Ok so we got to Salta and the not to be missed attraction in this area is the amazing coloured rocks and formations in some valleys not too far from town so we organised a day tour to go check them out. The bus picked us up in the morning and we were the only young backpackers out of 20+ people, the rest were oldies. It was a bit ...
... of rain per year. From a landscape perspective, it's located in a valley between rolling hills. The vineyards and architecture reminded me of Spain or Tuscany. That first vineyard was famous for sparkling wine. It was that good, no orange juice was needed. Moët could learn a thing or two! We enjoyed bottle after bottle in the cobble stone courtyard. Lunch time had finally arrived by the time we were at vineyard number two. As stunning as the brand new vineyard was, it ...
... it was pretty cloudy so the views were not that great. We climb up to 3400m, but with by the time we got to the top we were actually in the clouds so could really take advantage of the views at the top. We then head back down the valley towards Cachi and thru the Los Cardones National Park, this is cactus city and we stop along the way to take pictures. The road in the park has been created along the Recta del TinTin, part of the original Inca Trail from Cusco ...
... a woollen blanket which is now taking up precious space in my bag, I should never be allowed out alone!!
Niall was no better the next day, Joyce took charge of the driving back to Salta and very kindly dropped us to the door of our hostel so he wouldn't have to walk too far. We had a flight booked to Iguazu for that evening so there wasn't too much time for resting but somehow Niall managed to drag himself through the airport and onto the plane. ...