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... Pachamama' which in english means "good mother" and the people toast to her honor before every meeting or festivity, . Now with these guys we weren't sure what the festivity was but that was their excuse!!!! By the time we had to go past them again after viewing the ruins they were 'legless' but they went all night...5am. Fascinating!!!
Following this we headed off to dinner and went to a lovely restaurant that had a fire blazing. Halfway ...
... hot bread, chilli sauce, yum. No carbs for us for the next few weeks!
Our last stop, after Aldea Luna and pre Bolivia, was Tilcara for 3 days- a pretty ‘one horse’ town near the Bolivian border. Its high altitude and surrounded by cactuses, mountains and desert. While there we went for a few walks, acclimatised to the new altitude, and basically enjoyed some luxuries ...
... because the cheaper options were either full, or so cheap they were disgusting. At the other end of the spectrum we had many choices of full on spa boutique hotels, but they were all well out of our price range. Eventually we found somewhere which was still more than we had been paying, but better than sleeping in the car … especially because it’s the middle of winter here ...
... pretty windy, so we got our helmets on and started down the hill. It was awesome, even though some of the drop offs were really steep. Well we beat mum down to the bottom, because it was the first time she drove the car, and she was going really slow. After that mum and I went off to the fortress of Tilcara called Pucara which was over 10,000 years old, even before the incas. It was a whole hill of old stone buildings with lots of cactus everywhere. It ...
... of Jeep by touring the country in their vehicles, with a full support team including tractor trailer kitchen and a collection of portapotties.
That was fun but the salt flats themselves were so much fun we stayed much longer than planned and had to rush back over the mountains in approaching darkness. No problem, the road is excellent, no other vehicles, and the vehicle performed beautifully!