Read and rate Travel Journal Entries for Salta, Argentina
Apr 18, 2004 - Cusco and Machupicchu and I am back in Salta
Just hangin out in the beautiful city of Salta these days. I have fallen in love with this city. There is so much to do here and in the surrounding countryside. I have been taking day trips to spectacular places, spending much time on my bike, and hitting the water a little on ski. The days I spend in the city of Salta are so much fun. I have been teaching english classes to three groups of fantastic students, one group of kids, one of teens, and one adult class. I have been getting spanish lessons in exchange for my time teaching. The...Jump to full entry
Mar 25, 2004 - Me encanta Buenos Aires! Off to Salta mañana.
Well so far it has been three wonderful days here in Buenos Aires. I absolutely love this city, Me encanta! I just have one question in my mind...why do not more people come down here? This truly is the Spanish culture I have always wanted to live in. Why would anyone want to go to Spain over this place? The food is out of this world, the people are so friendly, and it is incredibly inexpensive. The city of Buenos Aires is the ultimate fusion of South American flair and European culture. The cafes, the parks, the passion, and the laid back...Jump to full entry
Aug 3, 2003 - Fancy a cuppa mate
I know travelling is all about adventure, new experiences and having to rough it sometimes, but as we reclined our seats on the Argentinian bus and tucked into fresh crusty bread rolls with cheese, we realised we were far happier with a few home comforts. I mean tarmaced roads and fresh bread aren't exactly the pinnacle in terms of luxuries, but after weeks of dust tracks, rice and numb limbs, this was like travelling in Business Class. Our first Argentinian city was Salta and it was here that we said goodbye to Rose and Martan, who were...Jump to full entry