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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the world by selling beef and wheat to the Allies during World War II. It is also well known that he sheltered Nazi war criminals. The fact that Peron chose to spend most of his 18 years of exile in Francisco Franco's Spain entails plenty, as does the fact that Pinochet is the only world leader to attend Franco's funeral in 1975. While Argentina's "dirty war" is mostly associated with the junta that ruled from 1976-1983, people who were anti-Peronist ...
... to Purmamarca, a small town that looks like it belongs in the Arab desert, with the main attraction being a hill with 7 different colours (it's made up of loads of different minerals) - it was full of carnival goers who appreciated Ash's River Plate shirt. We then drove on up and up winding mountain roads, to the highest point of 4200m, passing loads of car transporters coming the other way (as it's the road that leads to the chilean border). We also had to stop while some ...
Breakfast is until 13h, which is terrible coz it gives me more reasons to stay in bed longer. Up at 8:30 though! And I was happy to be. The sun is shining, weather is good. It is hot! Got into the hammock and looked at the mountains, listened to the birds and the cows, bob marley in the background, heaven!!!! Went to town with the guys from my room, got a body lotion as my skin is completely drying out, and got the bus to san ...
I know its dull, but, all I did today was upload photos to facebook and cloud storage.
This means there is nothing really to wirte, so heres a few things I have learned about Argentina.
- They all want to be Italian - This does not go down well when talking to locals, however, they are obessed with Coffee and say "chow" instead of "adios". They all look Italian too, or try to (IŽll come to that later).
- They prefer ...
... a difference! We visited a fairly new settlement which had running water but no gas or proper sanitation. Salta is spreading out and more and more people are settling there from Bolivia and Peru in search of better jobs. A guy who was about 20 was keeping an eye on us whilst we were walking around as we obviously weren't from that neighbourhood. I would never had gone there alone, but even with Sergio I felt a bit scared. I can imagine what it must be ...