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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... of it's own. And what's the harm of breaking up you Latin American trip with a month or so Europe?
Our first stop was Tilcara - a dusty yet picturesque desert town home to a mishmash of traditional farmers and arty urban refugees looking to escape the rat race. Over the last seven months we have met countless Argentinian travellers making a living as artisans. They sell jewellery, photos, or drawings. You find them on the streets juggling ...
... as one of the many runned-down hostels that are located two or three blocks away. We had just enough time to get rid of our backpacks and stroll around the center, before the rainy season made his grand entrance with a storm of biblical proportions, thunders, lightnings and buckets of water included. We found shelter in a very nice cafe, and there was nothing left to do but to look at the streets that were turning into rivers of mud. Electricity, telephone, internet ...
... a problem with an antenna.. Hostel is horrible, it is a massive bedroom (6 triple bunks) in an irish pub. Smells like beer in the room, and they dont have any guiness in the bar. Went to the carrefour, the queue was rediculous it took me >1,5h, then finally made a pasta and there was internet! At the bus station the visa system was down so couldnt buy my ticket to bolivia, but he said if i come before the bus leaves it should work.. We shall ...
... our limbs ached... it was funny how a few days of mountain climbing could leave young and relatively fit people so destroyed! We were beat but very happy!!
Also have to mention that the culture of this area is another major attraction. Everywhere strange images and art with devils and night-marescapes, carvings of horny demon heads- scary but extremely interesting! In the evenings we were in the pena which is a tavern/restaurant ...
... home full of incredibly friendly, sober people. We decided to give ourselves the day off, so just unpacked and explored the town. It's really beautiful, completely surrounded by the Andes with plenty of walks, and horse riding for those a bit braver than us. There's also a brilliant market of handmade gap-yeary items, most of which we have resisted I'm proud to say! The ...