Termas de Reyes
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
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 ...
... a tourist info office right there and, even though we neither spoke each other's language, we got the most wonderful Spanish explanation of everything to do in Jujuy, non-stop rapid Spanish for about 10 minutes, there must be a lot to do here. Unfortunately the tourist info lady was completely confused and sent us off in the wrong direction for our hostel!
No matter, it actually added to the enjoyment. We walked across a pedestrian bridge leading to a row ...
... muddy and everything wet. Mara spent this first week working with the other girls in the garden which is the source of all of the food for our nearly Vegan diet, and is built on the side of the mountain using a trench system to help control the rain waters. The second week of work was much easier for me as I joined Mara in the garden and we did a lot of weeding, planting and general upkeep of the garden. In this Vegan diet we eat only vegetables, with no meat our animal ...
... it followed the inappropriately named Rio Grande valley and a long disused narrow gauge railway . Richard took full advantage of the the empty road and we arrived in the humid town of Jujuy around 2.5 hourslater. The geological features we passed along this whirlwind ride were again proving that this was an amazing country for topography and geology. Colours and shapes which really speak for themselves in the photos.
Two hours later only four cars ...