Tucuman Center Hotel
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... 2 Argentinian couples I met near Cafayate
and who had recommended coming here. They gave me some advice on a walk and
later, when we met again, warned that Catamarca was full of thieves!
Their walk was a bit long, with steep uphills and would not
be good given the direction of the sun so did a short walk, with another dog,
of my own and then retired to the centre to grab a coffee.
Stopped at Maimara ...
... our way and then bumped into them in the restaurant later. The hotel also has a KTM, 800GS and GS Adventure like ours in the car park. These are the only bikers since the USA (czechs excepted) that we have seen let alone talked to. JB also had a nasty surprise - a text from the hotel in Iquique that they had found a wallet of his - it did have 2 credit cards and $200 in it. Came up with a plan for them to send it on to our ...
... that these were the only other things we had left to see we decided to leave the next day for Cordoba, which everyone said was great!
We left the next morning for the shortish bus journey to Cordoba, which is Argentina’s second city, and renowned because it has a ridiculous 7 universities. We again arrived quite late, so headed to a little hostel that had been recommended by some people we had met in Rosario. It was a bit of a shock when we first ...
... about my travelling at the moment, as I think I still have a lot of time to play with so heading “straight to Bolivia” will actually take a couple of weeks.
From Mendoza I caught an overnight bus to San Miguel de Tucumán and, not wanting to spend another night in a city, immediately caught a bus to Tafí del Valle. This village found at nearly 2000m above sea level was recommended to me a few months ago by an ...
Flor warned me that trains in Argentina are nothing reliable. But it is cheap so I decided to experience it anyway. I got back to Rosario to take the train being on time not to miss it. Nothing was coming and nobody would tell you anything so after one hour I asked what was going on and discovered that someone committed suicide putting his car on the railway. They had to wait the police and do the papers before resuming the journey. Six hour later, the train finally arrived and we were ...