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Travel Blogs from Cachi
... We pick up a few more in a couple of days but the small group size makes for comfort travelling on the truck. The temperatures have come as a big shock to this sheltered kiwi and I now have a new understanding of the world cold. Our nights are 0-5 degrees, days past 12pm scorching hot at 26 degrees...although that changes the moment the sun disappears. I have to pack a day ...
... steak. It was great. And then that evening went back to the hostel with some other Israeli girls who were friends of Shahaf, so that was nice. The next day was entirely unproductive. Myself and Gianpiero spent pretty much all day waiting around the hostel for our bus at 12:30 at night. So much tea. We left the hostel twice. Once for our bus tickets, and once for food. So now I'm in Bolivia. It seems like a really cool place so far, and seems just as cheap ...
... in the streets, children played in the park and just everywhere we realized more activities. We enjoyed a lovely local dinner with a cold, tasty Salta beer. This was very close to the South America as we knew from our first trip - and we like it ;-)))!
No cloud was in the sky when we started our walk to Cachi Adentro after breakfast the next day. This village was even smaller than Cachi - just ...
... and was certainly worth a visit. There are numerous painted stones from the surrounded countryside and the area has been inhabited for many thousands of years. Those people were jolly tough.
We returned to Salta the way we came and negotiated horrendously heavy traffic and one-way streets to drop off the car that evening. This saved us evening parking fees, the worry of overnight security and valuable time the next morning. It had been another brilliant day.
... Reacher book in the plaza.
I also booked my 24 hour bus ride from Salta to Iguazu falls that
leaves tomorrow. I have to change buses twice so hopefully I end up
where I want to. The electricity at the hostel went out for two hours
and I met an Aussie girl who loves harry potter and sneezes eight times
in a row. Her boyfriend loves harry potter too, and star wars, and
ghost busters. He ...