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Hungover from our exploits in Mendoza, we head north to rural Argentina to end up in Salta where we had heard good things about.
Unfortunately checking into a hostel called Siete Duendes (Seven Dwarfs) wasnt one of them. Even for two midgets this hostel proved unbelievably cramped, and it is one of those grubby, festy places that dope …
... all rooms were occupied. The evening before the arrival of the guests, the two owners suddenly disappeared without even preparing anything or tell us what to do. Nobody knew what time the guests would arrive and if they wanted to have lunch and/or dinner (on the small island there were NO restaurants). Almost nothing was bought, so Thomas (too nice of him) checked what was available in the fridge and freezer to think of something to cook for the guests. Luckily he ...
... It was a really long trip but it isn’t end yet. This is a really nice airport, we’re going to the free shop but we’re buying stuff when we’re coming back. It’s so funny to see our faces, because (excepting we just woke up) now that we slept a little we’re just more excited that before!
Now we gotta do the check in again so I think someone else is going to keep telling the travel later. Bye
We had no problem with the check in so we’re now at the plane and we can’t stop screaming and shouting so much that people is giving us weir looks, but we don’t really care about that. The plane is going off right now and I can’t stop thinking this is gonna be the best trip of our lives.
... nice and juicy, salad and fresh fries were fresh. As I like to try sausages when I travel, Jonathan and Daniel made sure that I didn't miss the chiorzo there. They brought out a sausage for my desert. It was excellent. (Though they said that they had better Chiorizo at El Dorado Restaurant ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed