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... even when the clouds cleared, the winds picked up to replace them with dust clouds. Even in full sunshine it was a bit fresh - definitely come a little too far North into the foothills of the Andes. Many more indigenous people, especially Bolivians, and their fave foods, such as Andean potatoes, are appearing on menus.
The first couple of places were full, unusual ...
... hike through desert, cacti, and crazy rock formations. After a couple hours we reached the downhill climb into a canyon. We hiked up the side of a very tiny river to the waterfall. Nice, but the hike to it was better. There we met our friend, "Sam". Sam is a dog, and we shared our crackers with him. Mark fell in love. It turns out he, and other dogs in the area, follow hikers to ...
... and bought lots of food, oive oil, wine, water..sweets..and off we went.
Stopped off at the gas station, had a coffee and drove through the rainforrest. It was raining cats and dogs, literally. Oh my. Andes surrounded us, our car. Not seeing mch due to rain and louds but further on it started to get better so we stopped off and made a lunch..salad..with a bit of bread..which we bough at the little stool by the road.simply the best pleasure for us.
Now, further we wen, ...
... which I will be loathe to return to after Argentina. So those of you with delicate constitutions can rest easy, I will not be eating any more llamas. Or at least many more. Guinea pig in Peru and Ecuador is the next experiment.
We really took things easy over the 3 days in Tilcara. Our few trips out were punctuated with lots of ice-creams and reading in the sunshine. We visited the hilltop Pucara just outside of town, which is the ruin of an ...
... we have to drive just as far as we did on the pavement". "So we have another hour at least of driving?" "Yup". "Okay".
Another 15 minutes go by and now Alex is starting to question where we are going as well...Hannah insists that we will be getting to Salinas Grandes soon. We finally up to another green sign. It says we can either go to Salta in another 250km or some random town another 60km away. BTW: neither of these options are the ones we want.