Villa Vicuna

Address: Calle Belgrano 76, Cafayate, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, A4427AEB, Argentina | Hotel
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          Travel Blogs from Cafayate

          Day 103/164:Stage 81 Bush Camp to Cafayate 64km

          A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Oct 21, 2015

          29 photos

          ... a team member dressed up as another with a bonus if all were dressed up, what each team members hidden talent was, a photo of Will dressed up at lunch time, and video of the team dancing 'a tango fused with the '90's'.......

          Well, our team decided that we would hid in the trees and bushes at camp to 'blend in', we dressed Nick and Jo up as Napoleon and Jo-sephine (have to say the hat worked out really well ...

          Ruinen, göttliche Empanadas & wilde Natur

          A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Apr 15, 2015

          10 photos

          ... but he was glad to hitch a ride. It was a German duos with a puck up. On the loading area next to our luggage we drove at night to Cafayate.
          We were dumped at the entrance of the city, where it had a campsite. To our amazement, just a bike race took place and that made here in the camp maintenance. Manuela comes from, whether it had a place for us. She took a small black cat which ran around on her arms and walked into the campsite. A policeman ...

          Cabras and cactuses in Cafayate - Days 31 - 33

          A travel blog entry by kate.alexandra on Apr 06, 2015

          26 photos

          ... interesting all the same as the machinery and processes being used were the height of modern. Some of their fermentation tanks were in the shape of an egg, of course, used only in the making of their premium wines. The shape is supposed to allow for better contact of a red wine's cap (skins which rise to the surface) with the juice... Who knows if it actually makes a difference! The tasting was fun, as always, although it cemented in our minds that Cafayate Reds aren't really ...

          Egypt and the Purpose of Art

          A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Mar 25, 2015

          10 photos

          ... curious Pythagorean number symbolism.

          A work of art, bad or good, is a complex vibratory system. All our five senses are constructed to pick up this data in the form of visual, aural, tactile and probably olfactory and sapid wavelengths. The data is interpreted by the brain and provokes a response that - given wide variations among individuals - is more or less universal: no one thinks the last movement of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is a ...

          Quebrada de Cafayate & Return to Salta

          A travel blog entry by wineusers on Mar 04, 2015

          10 photos

          ... is changing noticably; and most interesting, they all seem to love their country and don't really talk of leaving. Everybody asks where we are from, and in return we ask the same .... and almost without fail, folks here have lived in that same town or city their whole lives. Interesting.

          So for the first hour north of Cafayate, Ruta 68 goes through the Quebrada (a sort of river canyon) de Cafayate, which was stunning. Like ...