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... catch the next bus to Tilcara. On the way, we also got a good view of the Hornocal, a colorful hill which they sell a lot of tours to. We had opted not to go, but were happy to see it anyway.
The evening we spent in Tilcara, buying some food and planning the next few days. It gets quite cold here in the evening, which is a welcome change from the tropical climate of Brazil. On the way back to the hostel we had a llama looking down on us from the side of ...
... of on coming traffic an a few near misses and a lot of WTF these guys are crazy coming from us. We stayed the night in the town off Salta again, went to a great restaurant called La Cefira. Sorry girls but I had the veal, mussels and mushrooms, the mushrooms ended up being truffles yum, my first ever taste of truffles, and they are very good :). 18th We left Salta early and drove to Payogasta/ Cachi today. On the way we decided to drop of in the town of El Carril to have a look, and ...
... music. Almost all Latin Americans travelling within Latin America are these artsy Argentinians. And as we entered Tilcara, I could finally see where they all came from. Every few meters we would pass a sign advertising artisenal this, handicraft that. The plaza was lined with stalls selling hand woven blankets and homemade ceramics. This was obviously a population of incredibly creative people.
In amongst the dusty dry streets, we managed ...
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.
... After the meal there we headed for the Salinas Grandes. Despite the name, the salt flats are much smaller than the one they have in Bolivia in Uyuni, but they are definitely a feat of nature - created by volcanic activity they are one of the few natural resources that replenish themselves and that too fairly quickly. We spent sometime at the salt flats trying to enjoy the miracle of nature and attempting to take some funny pictures on the natural canvas. By the ...