Jujuy, ArgentinaJanuary 21, 2020 in Argentina ⋅ ☁️ 18 °C
This area was so much more like Peru, from the look of the locals (darker skin and shorter), to the food (a lot of llama and potatoes), to the houses (made of mud and brick). It appeared to be much poorer and more indigenous. It definitely didn’t feel like other parts of Argentina. Perhaps being high up in the mountains at 8,000 feet elevation and close to the Bolivia border truly separates this place from the rest of the country.
It was beautiful with colorful mountains and bright stars but I’m ready to be at lower altitude and eat vegetables again!Read more