La Casona del Camino Real

Address: Pedro Ortiz de Zarate, San Salvador del Jujuy, Yala, Province of Jujuy, Northern Argentina, 4616, Argentina | Villa
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This villa is located on Pedro Ortiz de Zarate, San Salvador del Jujuy, Yala.
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      Out back Argentina

      A travel blog entry by sirokacol on Sep 21, 2014

      20th This morning we drove from up in the mountains from remote Payogasta to Cafayate, a well know winery region of Argentina, but not so well know as Mendoza where more of the foreign tourists go. The drive was only 111km but took us about 4 1/2hrs of windy rough dirt tracks with lots of blind, single lane corners, with cliff faces one side, sheer drops on the other and Argentinian drivers who where not taking into account that some else may be using the road apart from ...


      A travel blog entry by sirokacol on Sep 19, 2014

      17th Today's highlight was the drive to Tilcara, more spectacular scenery on the way. With out thinking why, we have been a little out of breath and then realised how high an altitude we are at, yesterday we went to 4175 metres, that's higher than Cusco where I was a little worried about altitude sickness, well not anymore :). Macchu Picchu is at 2430 metres And we only stay at 2792 metres at Ollantayambo! We have been chewing on Coca lollies, which seems to help, not really ready for ...

      Iguazu to Salta

      A travel blog entry by sirokacol on Sep 16, 2014

      Haven't had much of a chance to do an update in the past 3 days. Sunday the 12th We went across the border to the Brazil side of the falls, really happy we did both sides as they are both very different, Argentina was closer the the falls, and Brazil had the best panoramic views. You know I read so many times in blogs not to take buses as they don't stop at the border to get your visas stamped in and out of Brazil and if your caught in the country without your visa ...

      A long and winding road

      A travel blog entry by runner613 on Apr 27, 2014

      Today started early...too early. And yesterday was a lonnng day. We'll get to that a Bit later. Traveled by car with our guide, Fernando, who was Argentinian but spoke with a "posh" British accent (one of his five languages) and ta couple from BA, Claudio and Sandra. First stop was the town of Santa Rosa de tastil, where we saw a mummy in a glass case in a "museum" that barely passed for a house. ...

      Jujuy onwards

      A travel blog entry by ashhigh on Mar 03, 2014

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      ... their front legs tied together hobbled across the road - pretty sad. We then reached the Salinas Grandes for our first taste of salt flats before we go to the big bad boys in Bolivia. Ash enjoyed the drive back down (it was 40km downhill on hairpin bends) acting like a racing driver, before we stopped in Purmamarca again for some quick street food for dinner. After another night in our lovely hostel, there was no sign of the owner or breakfast - he probably got wasted at carnival ...