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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
... guilty that I hadn't been there to support them during their crisis period, but let's hope they bounce back next season!
One of the teachers from the institute asked me if I would teach a class of her's in the other school she works in, so I went along and talked about politics, education and culture and received a mate and packet of yerba mate in return, thanks!
Ok so I'm not a royalist but I watched the Royal Wedding for about 3 hours on ...
Arriving in Salta in mid-afternoon, we check into our hostel which this time we have booked ahead – good move! Marta is with us too for the first few days, and Emma + Paul join us on Sunday. We've heard from a few other travellers that the best way to see the extensive and varied countryside around Salta is by hiring a car, so it’s time for our first South American roadtrip…. Saturday afternoon is spent wandering around town and ...
... local town had few, if any, mechanics. As we drove past the salt pyramids in Colchani, we noticed the blocks had been removed from the diesel pump in the small local garage. We parked alongside the pump which had somehow received a delivery of diesel overnight ( we suspected the fuel had been reserved for the locals). This was confirmed by later crews who were told that there was no diesel at Colchani, and there was none at Uyuni and some crews had ...