Sheraton Salta Hotel
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A lazy morning meant we started out our day with a 30 peso fine for not leaving our room on time in the morning. We could do nothing about this as we were so guilty and if you do the crime you just have to do the time. At the start of the day we had decided to catch a bus to Cordoba; a student city in Argentina but after much thought we decided to go straight to Buenos Aires. I mean we are going to have to next 4 years of our lives living in student cities ...
... at "la vieja estacion" where you can eat with nice chacarera shows. I tried out lama, it was good but I was expecting a meat way more tasty like sheep or goat.Next day we are ready to hit road, after a long discussion about going north or south we pick North as it seems more fun and a way different landscape than usual montains. We decide to take the ruta 9 la cornisa between Salta and Jujuy as it ...
... to see that there where about 5 buses from the same company and nobody knew which one to take.
In the end we worked it out, and were driven to Salta, my first destination in Argentina, where we arrived at 11.30 pm. We knew the hostel was close, but we tried to get a taxi as it had been a long journey. The problem was that no taxi would drive us because it was too close...arround 10 minutes walk, with ha backpacks and 25 hours journey behind.