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Day 98 – Bus to Chillán and the usual getting lost argument

We decided our next stop would be Chillán which would act as a halfway point to Santiago, however it was still 440 km and around 8 hours on the bus – a little more bearable than the 15 / 18 hours … Continue reading

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Day 74 – Free empanada cooking class

Despite all the wine and food we ate the previous day, we didn’t have a hangover and even managed to grab some of the free breakfast which was excellent at the Empedrado Hostel. We took it pretty easy during the … Continue reading

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Day 57 – San Telmo Sunday market

With a slight hangover from the night before, we managed to get up in time to catch the end of breakfast! Not wanting to waste a day, we decided to head to the San Telmo market which is on every … Continue reading

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Day 47 – Tour options in Salta

We’re undecided about what to do in Salta. Coming from Bolivia, Argentina is noticeably more expensive in terms of travel, food and tours. There are a few pamphlets flying around the hostel including a horse riding tour but after our … Continue reading

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Day 34 – Amigo Hostel, the most regulated hostel ever?

We arrived in Sucre fairly early in the morning after an overnight bus journey from Cochabamba. We’re kind of getting use to these cold bus journeys but for some reason, no matter how many layers we wear, we’re still freezing … Continue reading

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