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Days 924-926: Leisurely exploring neighborhoods of Samaipata

QuickPeek: Hikes. Tourism.

Samaipata is a bit of an quiet village nestled in the hills with nice weather and that seemed to have attracted a sizeable community of europeans who live here. Well I suppose the presence of the foreign population just meant… Continue Reading →

Days 921-923: I need to learn to travel as a backpacker

QuickPeek: Meeting friends. Great host. Tourism.

I have been backpacking for the past 3 weeks to so, but it’s such a different mode than cycling that I am not sure how to approach it. The point to point bus rides and then trying to figure out… Continue Reading →

Days 919-920: Surprising to see the tropical lowlands of Bolivia

QuickPeek: Rest.

I thought Bolivia was primarily Altiplano. All the tourism promos for the country seem to focus on the highlands and the cultural aspects of it, but in reality about 70% of Bolivia is tropical or sub tropical and very very… Continue Reading →

Day 918: Entering Bolivia proved to be more tricky then it should

QuickPeek: Border Crossing. New Friends!

Finally we are headed to Bolivia. It had been long time in coming, but finally we are on our way. The first time we were headed here, we turned around in Ecuador to ride the Amazonias. We skipped the second… Continue Reading →

Days 913-917: Good days in Jujuy for rest and recovery

QuickPeek: Rest. Cooking.

After the lovely time in Ledesma, we headed back to Jujuy primarily to take care of some eye niggles that Krista had been having. I suppose it was a great decision as she managed to take care of everything and… Continue Reading →

Days 910-912: Days and nights in Ledesma with an incredible host

QuickPeek: Rest. Hike. Cooking.

Ledesma was a working town. Diego explained the history of its Sugar cane farms and the processing plant that pretty much defined the little town.over time the industry became the identity of town and the entire city depended on one… Continue Reading →

Day 909: The Rainbow slopes of El Hornocal

QuickPeek: Tourism. Bus ride.

I tried to stay up yesterday in the day to avoid a jet lag and when the night hit, I slept like a dog! It was almost 9 AM when I was up and had to rush to get packed… Continue Reading →

Days 907-908: Inti Raymi at the tropic of Capricorn

QuickPeek: Inti Raymi. Night out. Indigenous celebrations.

So Stella mentioned about a ceremony honouring Pachamama (Mother earth) which got linked with the Incan Solstice festivities called Inti Raymi. Inti Raymi is a popular festival in Incan lands, mainly in Paru, where they celebrate the arrival of winter… Continue Reading →

Days 905-907: Jujuy keeps getting better with another exceptional host, Lucia!

QuickPeek: Rest. Cooking.

We bid goodbyes to Stella and Luciano and in the rainy evening, headed out into town to meet our Lucia. It was easy to spot Lucia’s home and she was waiting for us and invited us into her beautiful home… Continue Reading →

Days 903-904: Argentina restarts with a Stella’r host!

QuickPeek: Cooking. Walkabout.

We started the day really early as the bus out was at 8 AM and we bid farewell to Alexandra and Cami and walked up in freezing weather. Teh bus was a few minutes late but was nice and warm… Continue Reading →

Day 902: A little rest before another long bus ride

Today we originally planned for another hike, but first we figured it was important to get the bus tickets sorted out to head to Argentina and so eventually figured to take a day off to rest the legs and probably… Continue Reading →

Day 901: A stunning hike along a dry creek

QuickPeek: Sun. Hike. Cooking.

Though there are some pretty solid places one could take a tour to in San Pedro, we decided to explore as much as we could on foot. So today we decided to walk in a different direction and see what… Continue Reading →

Day 900: Hiking into the Atacama

QuickPeek: Hike. Cooking. Sun.

San Pedro is a tourist town with a lot of backpacking crowd and I suppose also a good collection of luxury travellers too. The village was pretty, and as Flori mentioned a while back, it was pretty “Hippie”. I suppose… Continue Reading →

Day 899: A long bus ride

QuickPeek: Bus Ride

It was great staying with Lucia an meeting her very artistic and talented family. We had had real good time sharing a lot of laughter and good conversations and it was time to head out. Leaving from La Serena, we… Continue Reading →

Days 893-898: The good times continue in La Serena

QuickPeek: Tourism. rest. Cooking.

We managed to sucker Vicente to join us for a short trip up north to La Serena. Fernanda’s mum was from La Serena and was happy to host us while we were there. So we took a overnight bus from… Continue Reading →

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