Terrazas De La Posta
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Meal plan
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... called San Antonio de Los Cobres at 3,773m on the pre-Andes mountain range, quickly crossing the border between Salta Province and the adjoining province of Jujuy. Along the route we passed many lonely estancias (farm stations) on the plains and saw huge stands of cacti as the plains gave way to rolling hills and majestic mountains. Stopping at the tiny and ancient village of Santa Rosa de Tastil at 3,100m we had our first glimpse of the Inca Culture ...
... 100 kilometres of riding were skull numbingly boring, just more barren altiplano. The highlight was a delicious sandwich in a little restaurant in Abra Pampa. At about 100 kilometres we entered the Quebrada de Humahuaca, a World Heritage sight famous for the multicoloured rocks of its canyon walls. Here the scenery improved greatly, but a horrible headwind picked up. We stopped after about 120 kilometres and dropped a little way down into the canyon to set up camp sheltered from ...
... and the others plan on making Argentinian BBQ today so we are definitely in! We met 3 Germans in our hostel dorm today and they are joining us for the BBQ as well. Turns out they are really cool and fun, very young as well. Romain said he could be their dad hahahahaha! ;) The BBQ went really well and the food was soooo tasty. Argentinians really can make food, Pablo especially! After food, we went to see some stars along the road to Pucara and Luka played some music while we shake ...
... 3 month visa and couldn't pay the fine at the border we were crossing. Sad, but exhausted we slept a little on the bus, after Nadia and I had chatted a lot due to our sweet sucking. The views along the way though were incredible and we pulled up to the border around 8am. We waited around an hour and eventually got off the bus to have our passports stamped and bags checked. Kelsey worries her wooden cup would be taken off her but Scotty panicked that ...
... was the previous highest in Ecuador when I got lost !! It looked mostly like desert though and freezing.
This was the final border crossing and.................it was by far the best. 23 minutes for Chile & Argentina passport stamps and bike import !! I almost felt cheated! They were all great and it helped that this border has hardly any traffic, it's in the middle of nowhere on top of the Andes and, I just missed a coach party.