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... before. We headed north again, stopped in Tilcara, which was super busy because of the carnival, and walked up to some pretty dull ruins - not only were they partly rebuilt, but they had built a new pyramid to honour the archaeologists who had worked on the ruins...seemed like a bit of a fraud to us! The quickest way back out of town to avoid the traffic was across a not so shallow river, so we all got out to lighten the load while Ash accelerated across and luckily Lucy's damsel ...
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 ...
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 ...
... and we felt for the other cars battling their way to reach Jujuy. We had a quiet dinner for two in a grand ballroom set for over 80 diners, yet to arrive. We learned that two of the Volvos had broken their rear axles and one Mustang had been stuck in sand and pushed out by a busload of locals. Another Mercedes had been involved in an accident with a pedestrian who walked into the road. A further difficult day for most of the crews, except us - we felt somehow ...
... would explain the chocolate shops and fondue restaurants! Closer to the north, some of the people look more "indigenous" and like Bolivians since we aren't all that far. So its interesting to see the pocked of people who live in certain regions. There are 23 provinces here, all of them quite distinct.
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It's interesting how food is so characteristic of a culture and ...