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Travel Blogs from Tilcara
... missed at Aldea Luna (meat, cheese, hot water, milk with our coffee, electricity and wifi...).
From Tilcara we took the bus to the border and crossed over into Bolivia. At the bus station in Bolivia we avoiding the touts and got a ticket for a bus that was due to leave in an hour, and then waited for... 4.5 hours, and when the bus pulled up it was basically a mad rush as everyone ...
... we were up in the mountains.
After settling into our room, we found somewhere to eat that night which was more of a local restaurant than a touristy place and I got my best steak yet. They also sold a black beer, Guinness like, which was quite nice. This was quite lucky since there were no other options.
We all passed out fairly quickly that night … it had been a long ...
... and a nighttime chill that we hadn't experienced before. Gone were the days of 30 degrees by mid morning, we were now in altitude!! Being rural, means that our Spanish was tested more and more. I did notice Sarah saying 'escribe por favor' a lot more now than in BA. This language situation was not assisted by losing our Spanish phrase book, in which we relied upon. We happened to leave it on ...
... building materials of cactus and mud. We threw down alot of cash to have a cabana all to ourselves. It slept 6 but we had it just for the two of us as there was no one else there. The best pÓrt about this place was the parilla on the deck. Next to the hammock was a massive barbecue area which we used everynight we were there. Though due to the lack of air it made getting the fire going a little harder than usual. Nothing that a lot of tissue paper and blowing ...
... entrance fee on route was bogus, but he turned out to be official, oops!
Later we took a short bus ride to a nearby town called Purmamarca, famous for its Cerro de siete colores. And wow, it was something special! Just behind the town there's a great viewpoint of the hill, and we took dozens of photos, trying to capture all the colours. It was a great place to rest for a while - very peaceful and sunny! The town is full ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed