- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and 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
The first couple of places were full, unusual ...
The reserve is called Aldea Luna is run by a family who try to live sustainably from the land and protect the 1000 hectares of the reserve from disforestation. To get there it’s 1.5 hours on a bus from a place called Jujuy in North Argentina. The bus probably could do the journey in a shorter time but everyone stocks up with baked goods in town to take into the countryside, so ...
... place to stop for our avocado and bread lunch! When we got back into the town the tourist buses had arrived and the plaza was overrun with tourists scouting out souvenirs from the tens of market stalls that had been set up whilst we were out. It was really funny to see it so busy after arriving into such a peaceful little village the night before.
Having seen everything we had wanted to in Humahuaca we left the next morning and ...
... when I became so boring (or so old!!).... But smoking doobie all night long and pumping the jams till 2am, just not my thing really (well anymore maybe :) oh who am I kidding never really been my thing :)). And this was really just by the ppl that ran the hostel – well ran it or worked there. We couldn’t figure out who was who really, just seemed like one big happy hippy family.. And unfortunately, there English was pretty bad so we ...
... be discriminated against because of his indigenous origin - just because he had been helping us.
We changed money quickly and crossed the border for the third time. A few minutes later we sat in the next bus to Humahuaca.
But a few kilometers later already, the bus stopped for another check by the Argentinian border police. The rest of passengers were Bolivians and I was quite shocked when the police ordered everybody but ...