Termas de Reyes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... to be hiding countless bodies of Argentina's some 30,000 desaparecidos, especially since yet another mass grave containing the remains of 25 people was found in the region just four months ago...)
Despite all you've been through life is good in rural Argentina, and you and your friends quickly become part of the community where you've taken refuge. However, by 1976 Argentina is ruled by a military junta friendly with Pinochet after a ...
... the heating on in the house at night. Brrr! Cecilia leant me some boots and various jackets to wear, and it felt good to be dressed like a local rather than a backpacker with my trainers and fleece top for a change! I caught a cough and cold for a few days, then the weather turned again!
I asked my friend Sergio if he would show me around some of the neighbourhoods on the outskirts of Salta so I could appreciate the difference between the rich and ...
We caught the local bus for an hour or so into the mountains to where we were expecting to find a set of pools described in the books and leaflets as "Hidden in the Quebrada de Reyes gorge, 18 km from the capital of Jujuy, the Termas de Reyes spa and its hot springs are an ideal place for relaxation and renewal. The rulers of the Inca empire once visited this area on a regular basis to bathe in the sacred waters ...
... near the border of Bolivia.
It lies at 2400m so was also a good idea so we could start acclimatising to the height. Its fair to say we fell in love with Tilcara as soon as we arrived and we wanted to stay for longer. We did stretch it out from one night to two, especially as Benny boy and Haggis found us a great little place to stay on the hilltop looking over the town with our own BBQ. The first thing we did was head to the local butchers and bought the ...
... were happily partying on through the night. Late night bathroom breaks apparently required all lights to be switched on (seriously, if you don't know where your **** is by the time you're 50, you've got to ask yourself some questions) and long conversations in stage whispers. In the morning, we worked out that the thief was the elusive Argentinian 4th room mate who had checked in, had a chat to the German couple and then helped himself to my locker when ...