Posada de Luz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... were stuck with a huge bottle of local beer. Fortunately, the beer was good and we got a conversation in an interesting combination of Swedish and Spanish. The man had some quite clear left-wing sympathies which could explain a lot of his troubles with the previous regime.
Once we eventually reached the hostel we were lucky to get the last room and dropped off our bags. Then, we went to the center to exchange some more dollars, which was as easy as last ...
... so far we have tried Yerba Mate a national drink ( tea,coffee,Coco) combined sort of thing) we have seen people drinking it and wanted to know what it was and now we know. I think we are the only ones here so service has been extra special, the views from the dinning room are great and we have them all to ourself . Tonight's dinner was a big thumbs up, lamb stew, bbq goat and chicken, salad lots of condiments so very full but yum. Now it's a time for coffee and then big bear syndrome ...
... we discovered a group of local men drinking. Now it is hard to explain how crazy this sight was, they had massive speakers 4 of them stacked up to 2 metres high, the power cable ran along the road across the brigde to some old shack!!!! There was a guy on a microphone (don't know what he was saying but he was very drunk). They were all just hanging around these speakers and the whole town could hear them. We discovered that the Andes people ...
... sustainably and happily; I'm not sure Stew and I are going to disappear into the welsh hills and live off our veggie patch and 6 goats with no electricity, but it was an interesting and enjoyable experience, and mum/dad- you will be happy to know that I have learnt a lot about gardening vegetables! I have to also add the veggie food was amazing and EXTREMLY plentiful; lots of tasty pies, ...
After lunch we hit route 40 … another dusty road through a desert with a lot more bumps. It was a lot flatter along this route but we did see lots of llamas and donkeys, plus a salt flat way over in the distance, which was pretty cool. If we'd had more time we would’ve gone to have a closer look, but we were running behind schedule and had to keep moving.