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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHosteria ACA Cachi
Nice spot and ok rosoms. The food in the restaurant could be better
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... in valley of the cactus before heading to lunch in Cachi, in the Calchaqui valley, a throwback to colonial and incan times, for sure. I think Cachi is a sign of the type of towns we will encounter in Bolivia.
Cachi is surrounded by many snow capped mountains some over 6000m high. Survived my first experience of high altitude at 3457m Piedro del Molina. We ...
... a national park full of huge cacti, Parque National Los Cordonesas far as the eye can see, along the straightest road we have ever seen - some of it runs along the old Inca tin tin road. We climbed to 3500m where we got some great views level with the clouds, where some condors swooped by, before we made the long winding descent back to the main road towards Salta, which we bypassed on our way to Jujuy, to the ...
... that has just cost them quite a lot of money. They didn't look happy and i imagine it was quite a lot of money for them. But to be fair to him he did admit that it was his mistake and didn't hesitate in getting the money. They could have denied us ever giving them a sleeping bag to wash and there wouldn't have been a whole lot we could have done about it. We had a quick walk round town in the evening before calling it a day - one sleeping bag lighter and 50 quid better ...
... less arid, more fertile. The first signs of humanity coming to us in the form of a bright green field on the flood plains of the river, stark contrast to the reddish-grey rock all around. The land continued to become less unforgiving, more agriculturally friendly, farms and houses starting to appear in increasing frequency in the lead-up to our arrival in Cachi.
Cachi had the feel to it of a mini-Cafayate, a central plaza with gardens in the middle, a church to one side ...
... During the rest of of the day Pata let us ride the horses mostly on our own and would only guide us when the trail got tricky. Niyati continued her chat about life with Pata and I was enjoying the ride and occasionally trying to understand the conversation between them and join in to add my two cents. Since both Niyati and I were fairly comfortable with riding, we even gave a shot at galloping for a bit - it was a lot of fun, but was definitely not as easy ...