Hotel De Las Nubes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... children who had been sacrificed 500 years ago. The sacrifice was a very prestigious honour for the families of these children who were first drugged and then buried alive at the top of Mount Llullaillaco, a 6,700m volcano and sacred site for the Inca people. As the temperatures at that height are so cold that bacteria can't live, it has meant that when the bodies were discovered in 1999 the clothes, skin, hair, everything, had ...
... is similar. In this area the climate changes more significantly east-west. This is because of multiple lines of mountains. In general the way north was more interesting as the mountains are more colorful there, and there are many tiny towns on the road such as Purmamarca, Tilcara, Humahuaca, etc. Some of these towns are very old - from the Inca period. This area is supported by UNESCO as a unique cultural and natural zone.
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... and breathlessness. We stopped in the bolivian version of incan ruins. First night (and every night) we slept in freezing cold temperatures (approximately -20 to -25) in very basic accommodation in a place called Quetena. Day 2 - Laguna Kollpa, Laguna Verde, Desierto Dali, Geysers, Licancabur volcano, Huayllajara. We visited the.... Thermal hot springs: Sarah and I dangled our feet in the water but were too chicken to go in our of fear of how cold ...
... this was served the same way the remainder of our stay so obviously wasn't intentional) Then we headed into the city to explore, we got a map from the tourist information and headed towards the Teleferico - a cable car which goes up to a mirador overlooking the city. When we were nearly there we realised we'd left our wallet at the hostel and had to go back and pick it up before heading off on our way again! The Teleferico was fun, you only had the ...
The intention was to set off at 8am, but we eventually got going around 8.45. I drove out of town until we reached a petrol station, where we filled up the tank, and then Mairead took over.
We tried to follow the instructions and map we had been given to get on to the correct highway, but we were lost within five minutes. We had completely missed the turning to take us north and were now heading south … not a great ...