Villa del Cielo
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... of our little adventure in this beautiful, immense country at the edge of the world. We say goodbye to Argentina from the bridge that leads us in Bolivia, excited for what lies ahead and a little nostalgic for what we leave, though the very last memories we will have are yet another bus that stops in the middle of nowhere for unspecified mechanical problems, and an endless queue for no apparent reason at customs. It seemed appropriate to start a new year with a new country.
... hill of the seven colours. It was freezing cold and the wind wanted to blow us off the viewing platform here, but we went back home filled with unforgettable views that day.
The other trip we took was to the Gargantua del Diablo- devils throat, which was a long hike of about 10 km up and down to a canyon with a water-fall. Such a tiring day- we found that we had perhaps taken to trekking a little too hard and fast...We got ...
... home full of incredibly friendly, sober people. We decided to give ourselves the day off, so just unpacked and explored the town. It's really beautiful, completely surrounded by the Andes with plenty of walks, and horse riding for those a bit braver than us. There's also a brilliant market of handmade gap-yeary items, most of which we have resisted I'm proud to say! The ...
... Argentinian side. Unfortunately, we got a bit unlucky as a bus had arrived just b4 us, but even with this we only queued for about 25minutes, which from the stories we'd heard is pretty good as ppl have waited like 2hrs. So after a pretty painless border crossing we hit the Argentian Border town of La Quaica - 5,121km from Ushuaia (there is a sign and everything :)), the most southern town in the world.
From La Quaica we had to get a bus to our ...
... came up that took the wind out of my sails. My apologies for not being up to writing about my last week or so. I do want to get a post out though so that I can start again fresh when I hit Bolivia tomorrow.
The good news is that I did write some entries that I didn't send out an email for, so for this entry I will refer to those... Click on the ...