Estancia El Bordo De Las Lanzas

Address: \N, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, \N, Argentina | Ranch
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    Südamerikanisches Zeitgefühl & Spital Aufenthalt

    A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Apr 26, 2015

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    ... were waiting for us. This we told what symptoms we had. They wrote on a sheet of what we should go for analysis to the laboratory. The list we ran first Crisscross the hospital until the security staff showed us where the lab was. This, however, was closed. When it is opened again, no one could tell us. We were asked to take back in the waiting room until someone come to the lab will resume operation. We waited and waited ... After two hours Final was our patience ...

    The Chicago Boys and the Birth of Neoliberalism

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Mar 14, 2015

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    ... Isabel Peron. Many Chileans exiled in neighboring countries are followed by the DINA secret police, as the dictatorships of South America unite under the clandestine campaign of Operation Condor - supported by the U.S. - to pursue exiles across Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil and Argentina. In trying to get to Brazil via Argentina you and your friends are caught by the police who find the 'L' stamped in your Chilean passports that stands for "lista ...

    Quebrada de Cafayate & Return to Salta

    A travel blog entry by wineusers on Mar 04, 2015

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    ... up the conversation (again no English) about the state of the world and Argentina. We've heard the same thing from many folks here: the current goverment is terrible and needs to change in November; too many people don't work because they make more money off state assistance than from wages ... particularly for important public services like teachers and police (only about $1,000 per month); water is becoming more scarce, and ...

    "Mucho Vino, Mas Agua"

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... s second highest volcano. The museum also had on display a mummy whose burial site had been looted several decades ago, disrupting the natural preservation process, and the contrast between her deformed, blackened body and the preserved mummy was astounding. The next day, June 13 (Day 200!), we started by hiking up Cerro San Bernardo, the highest foothill in Salta. The views of the mountains and city from the top were spectacular; Salta ...

    Homage to Salta Part I

    A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Jun 01, 2014

    ... top. "Ah, brew, bloody hell," said the other Kiwi whose name was Milton. "I know," said Arnold, "imagine gittin jammed with one o thim thungs!" "You're bloody uncompitunt, eh," said Milton, "enuf with the bird phallus." "Hay," he said, waving at me, "how d'ya say 'I wanna eight yer fice' in Spanish?" "'Quiero come tu cara'. But I don't recommend that as an opener." "Muy espaņol is bloody awful, eh. I'll never get to eight anyone's fice talkin like thus." "Well, ...