Tucuman Center Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... however, from behind, we could see her hips secretly jiggling away to the music. At one point, we saw a big crowd of people waiting outside a nondescript building with no sign. When the doors opened and everyone poured in, we naturally followed them inside, intrigued. It turned out to be a primary school and we had to sheepishly slink out again, the only people not there to collect a child!
We went into the mountains to the tiny village of Tafi Del Valle, with ...
... 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 ...
... park, with football being played everywhere. We have noticed how the appearance of the locals has suddenly changed here, with lots more indigenous looking people. Things are really getting more mountainous now, and even though we are still a long way away you can fell we are getting closer to the north and Bolivia.
So tomorrow we head to Tafi del Valle and hopefully a change to all the cities we have seen this week! We’ll let you know how it was next ...
... but realized that unfortunately, we are on a tight schedule at this point with my plane flight from Buenos Aires looming on the horizon and some couchsurfing stays to look forward to.
We are continually surprised by the high prices of bus tickets between cities. Our guidebook lists some of the prices, saying they´re for the high season (which I don´t think we´re in), but they´ve actually been higher every time. ...
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 ...