Posada de Luz
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... formation is at Purmamarca. Unfortunately we arrived there not long before sunset, so the sun was in the wrong location really for the best pictures, but we were not coming back this way, so it would have to do!
We couldn’t find any accommodation in town, so we quickly moved on to the next one, Tilcara. We spent a long time there trying to find somewhere to stay for ...
... here have not quite managed the same, most of them with dreadlocks, garish trousers and sensible knitwear, wielding pan pipes. We feel very main-stream in comparison. Otherwise, there's nothing to report-- we spent the last few hours of sunlight reading and chatting to the hostel workers who were cutting their hair in the kitchen, before tumbling into bed for a very welcome early ...
... food is important when traveling, its part of the local culture and habits. We might have jumped this one too early (Bolivia is the real kingdom of lamas) but when we had the choice of a Humita con Llama there was no question; We ate lama! (I'm sorry Thomas)
It was dried lama meat and it was nothing special really — one for the list at least.
Come to think of it, the food in Tilcara was overall pretty good.
... the sound of a recorder.
One thing to note here was the first appearance of Coca Tea and Ham & Cheese toasties for breakfast. I think I may have mentioned how bad the AR breakfasts are already but this was the first time we have had any variety from the usual stale bread, jam and burnt coffee. It made for a refreshing change. Though interestingly, Argies donīt seem to like crusts. Like little kids they must have their toasties crust free.
... on the way back.
We made it to Humuhuaca fairly early. The city has a monument to victory by the Argentinians over the Spanish. It was a huge monument. According to Angie, it took several years to build the monument. The monument sets on top of a very tall hill. At the bottom of the hill is a very pretty central square for the town of Humahuaca.
Shaeleigh, Parker, Malesa and I climed up to the monument. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking