Hotel Boutique Tampu
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Cachi
... of Angastorca at a little hole in the in the wall to share a cheese and ham sandwich and a beer. The beer we ordered turned out to be a Negro, yuck. I hated it Eldon enjoyed.
We saw several saguaro cacti again today. The Argentines call them cardon, but they look just like the tall cactus in Arizona.
Once we got to lower more fertile ground we saw several fields of red peppers, corn, alfalfa and onions. It must ...
... the woman was flicking through the pages of my passport and looking at all the stamps "where have you come from?" "Why were you in Santa Cruz?". I just gave her a confused look and spoke some Spanglish and then she gave me by exit stamp but not looking too happy about it. Next we had to go to another window to get stamped into Argentina, this was even more chaotic, loads of people all gathered around a tiny window either trying to get the form to fill in or ...
... his rich boss to give to poor people.
Finally back to Salta, we have to solve plan B, as the road to Chile are getting worse and the border is still close. The only thing we could got from here is a bus ticket to the Bolivian border Villazon, we only pay 150 pesos so I am kind of expenting a though bus ride. So tomorow is gonna be a complete adventure figuring stuff out in ...
... s really a great host!) so I packed up and prepared for my flight to Buenos Aires in the morning. Salta's nickname is La Linda or the pretty. This is most certainly true and I had a fantastic time there getting to know some great people, eating good food and seeing some out of this world scenery. I highly recommend a visit (especially to people from the Southwestern US, as they will feel quite at ...
We set off at 8am to Cachi as we were told it was a four hour journey. We drove south out of the city and after a while turned west and up a valley. The road went through a narrow gorge and over a rickety bridge then wound its way up a valley and up and up and eventually over a pass. We lost count of the number of hairpin bends and spectacular views.
The summit revealed a wonderful panorama of snow clad hills to the west, whilst the foreground was spotted ...