La Casona del Camino Real

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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    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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    ... to Purmamarca, a small town that looks like it belongs in the Arab desert, with the main attraction being a hill with 7 different colours (it's made up of loads of different minerals) - it was full of carnival goers who appreciated Ash's River Plate shirt. We then drove on up and up winding mountain roads, to the highest point of 4200m, passing loads of car transporters coming the other way (as it's the road that leads to the chilean border). We also had to stop while some ...

    A cool valley of colorful mountains

    A travel blog entry by dixongarnett on Dec 11, 2011

    ... the afternoon and we were getting hungry, we didn't have much luck. Then we saw that Tilcara was only 10km away and mum and dad knew that was a fair size town. So we kept watching the rock colours and formations change until we got there. We got to the turn off and followed a gaucho riding his horse and leading another up the main street  which was dirt.  We found a nice outdoor restaurant and we tried humita-corn, carne -meat and llama empanadas. They were ...

    A Perfect Base for Touring

    A travel blog entry by gandnclub on Oct 25, 2011

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    ... We arrived in mid-afternoon, clearly siesta time, found a hole in the wall with two tables, four chairs, and three schoolkids eating empanadas. We followed suit, found the El Cardon, booked Angie's favorite room, and wandered around the tiny town (three blocks by six blocks, roughly). Soon learned of a festival scheduled for that evening, got there early, and enjoyed the show!

    Pretty hungry after that, but pretty late too, so went for empanadas and Fanta once again...


    The Market where all our money went

    A travel blog entry by skill77 on Oct 07, 2011

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    ... stopped he stopped. He then followed us all the way back down and in and out of shops for the next hour. The dogs here just seem to love following us on trails and if I hadnīt seen the dog previously putting its nose in **** then I would have found it cute.

    2. The Market
    Everyday, the local native people set up their stalls around the main plaza. There are probably 100 stalls and 15 small shops all selling handmade products. After a few laps of the stalls ...