Travel Blogs from Salta
Some facts and figures after 50 days of travelling in South America
1) Have taken more than 1100 photos
2) Have smoked for the first time Shisha.
3) Mostprobably a few kilos less as I had to buy a belt to hold up my trousers.
4) Out of my whole gear I haven't used my silk sleeping bag and a pair of shorts for the beach yet. All …
Hola from Argentina, the first stop in our travels. We arrived in Salta all well and good and met our tour group - a lot of Australians, a few Canadians and a couple of Brits, everyone is very friendly and most of them have been traveling with the tour for the last couple of weeks so we are two of the three newbies.
Salta is a lovely town …
Got up this morning, and for the first time it was hot, sunny and dry! (Except the day we got to Iguazu about 4pm!). Checked out of the Hotel St. George at around 10am, so just hung around, checking e-mails and flights etc til about 12pm.We were on our way to Salta, but flying via Buenos Aires as no direct flights to Salta. After a 4 hour delay on …
77Olah pessoal, hoje eh o dia de voltar a Buenos Aires. Ontem fiz o ultimo tour por aqui, indo a Cafayate. Essa eh uma cidade ao sul de Salta que fica logo no final da Quebrada de Cafayate. Iniciamos o tour em uma planicie cruzando diversas cidades como Merced e El Carril. Nessas cidades se planta uva e tabaco. Ao chegar em Alemania entramos na …
... upon Eduardo, our guardian angel. He helped us with so many things including getting sorted with an Argentinian mobile phone, topping it up with credit, (changing the language to English!) and most importantly securing our accommodation for tomorrow night and for when we get back from our ranch trip. At Eduardo's advice also we visited a great little cafe on the main square where we sampled our first ever empanadas. Empanada's are a regional speciality from ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility