Posada de Luz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... touristy feel with not much character. Most of the town was made up of market stalls full of traditional Bolivian/Peruvian souvenirs. Here was the hill of 7 colours; unfortunately we missed the best light for taking this photo. However, as we continued our drive along the Quebrada de Humahuaca, we soon realised there were many 'hills of 7 colours'!
Arriving just before sunset we headed up to our hostel in the small town of Tilcara. We were ...
... it's hard to know which way to point the camera. The further into the desert we go the better it gets. Horses and cattle everywhere, the open road sides are their paddocks, so we have to keep an eye open for livestock of all shapes and sizes. We had our best empanadas yet, llama meat and it's yum. With wild llamas and donkeys on our road trip, as well as the villages around here, it's like stepping back in time. Fantastic street stalls ( I need a bigger suitcase :)). ...
... br> nejaky auto..ts..ale profilovka..
jdeme zpatky.. kupujeme chleba..u ubrikantu..rozumej autoopravna.. lubircanto je to ve spanelstine..zastavujeme.. pomaha nam nejaky ridic, nikolivek pracišovnik. neni to tak vazny..trosku se nam ulevi.. vracime se dohostelu..bilevinko..skvelej, opakuji skvelej salatek.. mnam..a..ted sprcha a na kute a dalsi dobrodrustvi..
nase osobnosti..musim rict, ze to zvladame skvele.. proste..krasny i ne ty krasny veci prozivame..a jdeme dal..
... mountains of 7 different mineral colours, but it kicks ass.
A real treat mixing the argentinian culture with Bolivian culture to make their own unique way of life.
I would stay longer, but the Bolivian boarder and all the craziness that comes with it is calling for me.
Still no luck with getting my phone working, and my camera is on the verge of a breakdown. Onwards and upwards?
PS. Hows work going for you hommies ;)
The title is rather dramatic, but we felt it added impact--Tuesday was actually a really nice day. We tried really hard to get up late, and, naturally out and about by 8.30 (why doesn't this happen at home?!), we headed to Pucara, some pre-Incan ruins, which are the region's main attraction. Clambering up a dried river-bed to get there (accidentally but excitedly), we began looking round the famous ruins. At this point, we must admit the unsaid, being that, when you've seen ...