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Quebrada de Humahuaca Day Trip from Salta Including Purmamarca
"The Quebrada de Humahuaca is a 95-mile-long (155-km) mountain valley and ravine in the Jujuy province of northwestern Argentina. The Río Grande flows through the gorge during the summer.After hotel pickup in Salta travel north with your guide for about two hours toward the quebrada. During the ride learn about how this UNESCO World Heritage site once served as a caravan road for the Incans later as a pivotal commercial route during the colonial period and also saw battles during the Argentine War of Independence. When you arrive in the picturesque village of Purmamarca walk by the church and note its organ-pipe cacti-covered roof and peruse the jewelry and wool rugs at the craft market. The unforgettable sight here however
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Tierra del Fuego National Park Private tour
"Tierra del Fuego National Park is the most southern natural reserve and it is the only park that is home to sea coasts and mountains covering a width of 6 Km along the shores of Beagle Channel and a surface area of 63000 hectares. It is accessible by the national road 3 southwest from Ushuaia.On this tour we will sightseeing interesting points like the river Pipo Mount Susana Ensenada Bay Island Redonda
From $280.00
 
The End of the World Train Admission Ticket
"The train departs from the End of the World station. After 10 minutes the train arrives to ""La Macarena"" station where it stops for 15 minutes. In that station passengers can get off the train take some pictures and walk two different footpaths. Once time is up the train guard will blow the whistle in order to let the passengers know it's time to continue the trip. After that the train departs from ""La Macarena"" station and 5 minutes from there
From $50.00

Most Viewed Local Customs in Falkland Islands

Turf Cutting

I was surprised to discover that people still cut turf to light their fires in the Falklands, and while I was there I was treated to a live demonstration of turf cutting. It would seem that in this...
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SabrinaSummerville
Mar 20, 2007

Fisheries

Get this fact...Fishing licences contribute 20 million (that is in pounds!) yearly to the economy of the Falklands! Just licences! At the height, it's 40 million!Now, what are these people...
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Sharrie
Jun 03, 2004

Peat

Peat as defined in my dictionary is "decayed plant matter in bogs, dried for fuel". The locals still use this form of energy. I guess it's for cooking. I've never heard of a heater or air-conditioner...
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Sharrie
Jun 03, 2004

Welcome Penguin

If you are arriving by ship you may be welcome by a friendly penguin in the port. It may cost a couple of Falkland Pounds to get the picture with it but it is a nice souvenir to bring home. Real...
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leostarico
Jan 09, 2004

It is important to remember...

It is important to remember that the people in the Falklands definitely are British! However, the history of these islands is very interesting. The first ones to sight the islands were the Dutch. The...
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wadekorzan
Sep 18, 2002

Give your postcards plenty of...

Give your postcards plenty of time to arrive as most of them go via the United Kingdom regardless of their destination!!!
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wadekorzan
Sep 18, 2002
 
 
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In this cute shop they sold...

In this cute shop they sold some local handcraft, tea and souvenirs. It was the only shop I found. (But there are definitely some others ...)
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lihue
Sep 07, 2002

If you live in the Falkland...

If you live in the Falkland Islands you will know that this is Peat, and that most homes use this as fuel for everything from cooking to heating.
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jnyvegas
Aug 25, 2002

Popular Cities in Falkland Islands

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Stanley

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Top Hotels in Falkland Islands

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3 Ross Road, Stanley, Falkland Islands
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Back Wynd, Falkland, KY15 7BX, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in Falkland Islands

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The POD Gift Shop

The POD Gift Shop is the largest and most extensive souvenir shop in the Falkland Islands. It’s easy to spot this bright yellow building. They sell clothing & accessories, glassware, jewellery,...
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Top 5 Falkland Islands Writers

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zweiblumen

"The Falkland Islands 2000-2001 & 2004"
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Sharrie

"Sharrie's Falkland Islands Cove"
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MikeAtSea

"The Falklands - Britain in the South Atlantic"
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SabrinaSummerville

"It Rains a Lot ...... Just Like Home"
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Claus_Qvist

"A piece of Britain in the South Atlantic"
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