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Belgrano 899, Tilcara, Province of Jujuy, Northern Argentina, 4624, Argentina | Inn
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    Travel Blogs from Tilcara

    Severni Argentina / NW ARGENTINA

    A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Feb 24, 2014

    ... agresivni.. Jsou rozkosni. Lide tady jsou vetsinou Quechuanci..malinkati..prijemni.. mili.. vcera nas take jeden pan zdravil na ceste, moc jsme se mu libily.. az tak, ze nas obe drzl za ruce,ha..
    No, prochazka byla hodinova.. chtely jsme dojit k lagune, ale nedosly, jelikoz jsme sly asi blbe, ale nevadi,nozky protahnute, my taky.. cerstvy vzduch, vysokohorsky..troskju se nam blbe dejchalo, je znat, zejsme vysoko..
    Dosly jsme zpatky do hostelu.. no, spise hotelu teda, rekneme si ...

    Tilcara - tiny town

    A travel blog entry by beansontour on Jun 08, 2013

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    From Salta the 4 hour bus took us to the tiny town of Tilcara, passing through San Salvador De Jujuy (which you got to agree, sounds like a cool place but not much to see apparently). "If you're heading north, it's here you start to feel the proximity to Bolivia, you see it in people's faces, the chaotic street scenes, the markets that spill out onto sidewalks etc" - thank you Lonely Planet, I couldn't of said it better so I stole yours. You really could feel ...

    Purmamarca to Tilcara. More Bread 4 Breakfast.

    A travel blog entry by lovintheworld17 on Jul 09, 2012

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    ... 12 dollar alpaca sweater I purchased last year in cusco was selling for upwards of 25 bucks! Yikes. Nothing felt authentic, so we did another lap through the cobblestone streets before hitting the road.

    Driving from purmamarca to tilcara was quick and easy. We stopped just once on the side of the road to climb up a red rock formation over the pueblo of maimara... Looking down at the village reminded me of the poverty in ...

    The Market where all our money went

    A travel blog entry by skill77 on Oct 07, 2011

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    ... up purchasing some wall art, some pillow cases, a hat, and some other gear. As our visit coincided with my birthday, G bought me a Gaucho (AR Cowboy) Knife with fork and sharpener. Its sweet! It is made of steel, wood and bone and has a curved handle with little indentations for your fingers. Perfect for barbecues and stabbing muggers!


    I just want to clarify that we didn't buy pillow cases, that would be weird, it was cushion covers!


    Chilling in the garden

    A travel blog entry by joandmike on Aug 18, 2011

    ... different to everywhere else in South America that it will definitely take a while to get our ear in. The Argentines are friendly and for the size of the town (6,000 people) there is lots going on, restaurants, artisans and sweet local dogs which love following you down the street. I had my first taste of Argentine wine in Argentina, I had a great Malbec by Norton...delicious

    So after a ...