Sayta Ranch, near Salta, Argentina Steve and I spent four wonderful days on a Ranch in North west Argentina, riding horses and enjoying the hospitality of Laura, Enrique and Nicho. Below are some of our favourite pictures from our stay.
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Such a strange arrangement of circumstances, when similarity repeated refuses to become tedious, instead becomes all the more enthralling. Welcome to Sayta where days and nights roll together in a barely perceptible tidal ebb and flow, the hypnotic rhythm predictable and all the more entrancing for being so. There is asado for lunch every day […]
The far too brief handover from dinner to breakfast takes place over the typically pithy sweet bread and tea; this new day starting barely distinct from the previous. Nursing a healthy dose of withdrawals from our continuous alcohol lifestyle we are bizarrely not offered wine for breakfast from the punishing hospitality at Sayta. More wine […]
Our final evening in Salta delivered a more entertaining affair, it was a Saturday night after all. However Salta as a city wasn’t the cause for much excitement, we met up with Arnaud, our French friend that we met in Chile for Christmas and New years. As was the case then, such is the case […]
We all know a name don’t we, that sad state of affairs with both the person and the fame itself competing to comment most insultingly on all of us. Like a great archaeological urn: beautiful, powerful, valuable and all together empty of everything it hints at containing; Not to mention fake, disappointment is its currency. […]
The heart throbs and the pulse races, we are surrounded by fire consuming and making fuel of any new shoot intent on bland staid endeavours. This fire is all consuming, bubbling unseen below the surface of every daily act akin to the eternal grinding movement of the earth below. We are where the earth literally […]