We found a place offering tours through the surrounding mountains, we got a “5-7 hrs hike to San Isidrio”, after our lunch, we met our tour guide, a 24 year old guy from a village up the mountains, which still has no power.

We walked 2 hours through a valley and crossed a small, but quite strong creek several times. We soon had wet shoes and pants, luckily it was sunny and warm. When we arrived in the village, we had a look around, drank a beer and watched a soccer match between two villages, where our guide was the referee. Afterwards we went down again, a bit faster but as the sun was nearly gone, it was way colder. We had some wine, dinner and went to bed, as we had to get up at 5.30am to get the bus back to Humahuaca.

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