Posada de Luz
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... side got pics of them to :). Very friendly and helpful staff, making many recommendations for best viewing points and restaurants too. Again this place said Spanish only spoken, but they do have reasonable English, and between that and Mark's attempt at Spanglish, we are getting by fine. Dinner in town was great, went to a place called La Poste, and we chose their house specialities to get a local flavour, which of course included more Llama and it was really good ...
... oh, sorry, "football"), and falling madly in love with one another while walking cobblestone cafe-lined European streets under the sparkling stars. Honestly, if I was a country, I would want Argentina to be my lover. We already have so much in common. We share a passion for literature and a deep love of wine. When I picture myself living in Argentina, I always see perfect spring time weather, a stylish floral dress, a glass of vino blanco in one ...
... e le facce della gente ti ricordano di continuo quanto vicina sia la Bolivia e quanto ti stia allontanando dall'Argentina e dalle origini europee di chi vi abita. Sulla via di ritorno, il caos: una fila lunga chilometri causata dall'ennesimo temporale che ha inondato la strada con un fiume di fango; abbiamo pazientato un po' a bordo, ma non volendo passare il capodanno sui sedili di un autobus, ci siamo fatti gli ultimi tre chilometri a piedi fino a Tilcara, per raggiungere ...
Somehow we were still in Argentina!
Our plan was already to be in Bolivia in this time but we kept finding little mountain villages and hearing more recommendations so couldn't drag ourselves away that fast!
First we got side-tracked in Tilcara, a small village of around 5600 people, at about 2500 m high in the Andes.
Part of the reason we ended up spending three nights here was the wonderful hostel we found. Beautiful modern ...
... up close with various slightly strange looking cacti. When we got back to the hostel, we were confronted with the rather strange case of the missing bread. That being the second time we lost the same loaf of bread, we gave up looking (neither of us can understand where its gone), we used it as an excuse to sample the tortillas being sold on pretty much every street corner. They're like an oversized empanada filled with goat's cheese, cooked over hot coals. Amazing. ...