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Red Meat and Red Wine

After my trip through the Salar I ended up hanging out in Tupiza for almost a week. I really enjoyed the desert scenery and the warm weather. All the cactus remind me of Texas. Spent part of each day hiking through the hillsides all around town.

I really loved the short time I spent in Bolivia but it was finally time to say goodbye, at least for now. TJT_5170_W.._Shadow.jpg

Argentina is a much better developed country. Forgot how nice it is to travel on actual paved roads in a bus instead of bouncing around on dirt roads in Bolivia. Bused to Salta, Argentina and stayed there a few days and enjoyed the food, warm weather and great ice cream. Everyone kept telling me during my travels how great the beef/meat is in Argentina. My first night in Salta I went up the street from my hostel to give it a try. I ordered parridillos and a beer. The waitress brought me a bottle of dark beer, a one liter bottle. She later arrived with probably 2lbs of french fries and 2lbs of various meats. Beef, pork, chicken, ribs, two kinds of sausage and a couple of other things I didn´t recognize. The meat was served on a habachi sized warming contraption that had hot charcoal underneath to keep it all warm. It was all so good. Total cost $16.00. I think I´m going to like Argentina!!

Currently in Cordoba, Argentina figuring out my next steps, sightseeing and planning on eating some more red meat!

The Road Goes on Forever and the Party Never Ends

Posted by timtheis 17:48

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Tim please keep the great pics and stories coming... we love it.


PS Kona cant wait to share her bathroom with you

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