Category Archives: Salta region

Home Sweet Home

Well, folks. It looks like Mark and I have found what we like to call “our home.” Sure, it’s wishful thinking. Yes, it’s already owned by someone else. But a girl can dream, right? Advertisements

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Torrontes: You Should Have Some

The picture up top is from the Jose L. Mounier Estate, up in the hills outside Cafayate. The Mounier brothers run a small artisanal winery, producing a small amount of Malbec blends and Torrontes, pretty much all by hand.

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Kind Of Like The FDR Drive, But Different

Please for you to enjoy my pictographs from the road. Lex covered the journey in her post; it was grand. We traveled in a big loop, the first two days over insanely bumpy, hilly, and windy dirt roads. If you … Continue reading

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Cafayate or Bust!

After a few days in Salta running errands—Bolivian visa? Check! (Well, sort of.); stock up on English language books to read? Eh, check. I guess. (Damn you, new Murakami opus only available in Spanish!); recover from smelliest bus ride yet? … Continue reading

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Indio Solari And The Fundamentalists Of Air Conditioning

We arrived in Salta alongside 40,000 drunken, deranged fans of Indio Solari, an Argentine rock hero playing a sold out show that evening. Not only did Indio sell out the soccer stadium, he managed to fill absolutely every room in … Continue reading

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