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... a telescope at a very up close view of the moon! Very random to have someone on the street with a telescope, but all the same, a new, very cool experience for both of us :-)
Leaving early and underestimating how long it would take to drive home, we finally arrived back in Salta (45 minutes late!) to drop the car off and then hop on a bus to Cafayate. Anyone visiting Argentina must visit the north, it is breathtaking in its scenery and natural ...
... it's hard to know which way to point the camera. The further into the desert we go the better it gets. Horses and cattle everywhere, the open road sides are their paddocks, so we have to keep an eye open for livestock of all shapes and sizes. We had our best empanadas yet, llama meat and it's yum. With wild llamas and donkeys on our road trip, as well as the villages around here, it's like stepping back in time. Fantastic street stalls ( I need a bigger suitcase :)). ...
... tuoni, fulmini e secchiate d'acqua incluse. Trovato riparo in una caffetteria molto carina, non c'Ŕ rimasto altro da fare se non guardare dalla finestra le strade trasformarsi in torrenti di fango. Luce, telefono, internet e acqua corrente se ne sono andati per qualche ora, ma sono ritornati in tempo per la serata che abbiamo passato in uno dei tanti bei locali di Tilcara, con musica dal vivo e una buona cena con un ottimo stufato di lama.
L'ultimo giorno dell'anno ...
... Later we went to the Ębest place in townĘ for dinner and enjoyed the live music so much we bought their CD for 6 dollars. It'll be nice to listen to it when we get home as a reminder of this sleepy cowboy town in the mountains. Plus the musicians seemed funny - they kept telling jokes and though I have no idea what they were about, Sandra laughed hard every time so we would seem in the loop. haha
... for people┤s luggage and other people took the opportunity to sell ice cream and popcorn to the passers by!
The border crossing itself was pretty straight forward and we hopped on a bus to a little Andean Village called Humahuaca. It was really cute, all cobbled streets and a huge big staircase with a
monument at the top that was all lit up at night. Not many places so far have had much in the way of landscaping but this village actually seemed finished! ...