Portal del Santo
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of what Cafayate has to offer - world famous wine. I had dinner, with some wine of course, and I have to admit that it was probably the best meal I have had so far. And not that it was gourmet by any means, but the empanadas were by far the best I'd had here and the sandwhich was perfectly light and fresh. (Argentines have a knack for using a little tougher bread which I could take or leave.) The house wine was delicious, and the napkins were real napkins! I should explain what a ...
... to be a decisive moment in our stay. After some umming and ahhing, we allowed him to lead us over and pitched our tent under the cover of some low hanging grape vines. And so the fun began. There were only a handful of people staying there, maybe 10 or so, and within a few hours we were all sitting around drinking beer and mate together, swapping stories, and, as ever, admiring Sam's skills on the handpan. That night some large, jolly, older friends of the owner's drove up from ...
... amazing! These waterfalls are almost impossible to describe and definitely impossible to catch their grandeur in a photo. We walked the few different trails through the park which gave you different views of the falls and finished off with the trail that got us the top of "The Devils Throat". The amount of water moving off this section of the waterfall is just insane! I took some videos as well as plenty of photos to try and capture this place better and if ...
... took the two day drive to the wine region of Cafayate. That particular drive was one of Argentina's most beautiful. Roads wound directly up, sharp S bends for 50km through the clouds, literally. The next drive was through, what looked like the Grand Canyon. It was just on sunrise and we had been driving for a few hours by the time we awoke to the brilliant red landscape. We woke up that morning at 5am to drive to some old ruins someplace in somewhereville. The road was blocked ...
... we were at Purmamarca. A lovely small town which effectively relied on tourism to fund it's existence. A market circled around the tiny main square and once again we were engulfed by locals who tired desperately to suck us all in. Our tour continued further into the mountains through the towns of Tilcara and lastly Huamuacha. The Huamuacha valley is stunning, with millions of cacti spreading across the mountains. We were led ...