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 ...
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 ...
... already forgotten that the trickle was the river and two blocks later we were due to turn onto our street! :-) and what a lovely street it turned out to be. After a few blocks of nothing special we came across the magnificent Casa de Gorbierno municipal building housing the first flag presented by General Belgrano Fortunately the receptionist was used to the likes of us and allowed us to leave our bags with her while we wondered the building. Across the road was the ...
... a warm shower, and subsequent cold beer. Also during these weeks a few "tourists" came and stayed which offered a little change of pace and some excitment. They stayed for 3 nights usually and had some R&R and explored the many trails around the property. At the start of the fourth week some new volunteers finally arrived and helped us with our work. There were a couple from England, France, and Switzerland. They all signed up to volunteer, not WWOOF like us, so they only ...
The bus ride from Iquique was not too bad, we had a random border check in the freezing cold somewhere in the middle of Chile. As you can imagine it was very thorough and consisted of an old man stuffing his had into you rucksack and mumbling something in Spanish. Erin was the only female on the bus from Iquique to Calama which was slightly strange as it was meant to be a tourist bus but was full of locals. Calama is not the nicest place ...