One more place to visit before leaving Argentina - Purmamarca. We caught the local bus from Tilcara, it was a short ride just 30 minutes but the bus was full - standing room only. We immediately made for the view point that overlooks 'Seven colours hill'. The landscape is a visual feast for mountain lovers. From there we set of on the 'Paseo de los Colorados' walk. This a loop behind seven colours hill exploring yet more splendid scenery. You can actually drive it and plenty were but on foot is the best way to take it all in and you can easily explore side paths. I went for a wander up an incredibly shaped sandstone hill determined to reach the top seeing as others had turned back. I didn't stand on the top bit I did touch it. Coming down was a lot trickier than going up as you can see by the photos. After several hours of trekking around this area we descended into town. We thought Tilcara had an impressive souvenir market but Purmamarca's was on another scale - I didn't have enough fingers and toes to count the amount of stalls selling ponchos, blankets, hats, tapestries, toy llamas, etc. We also wanted to visit Maimara to see the 'Painters Pallet' which is a series of V's in the hillside of different coloured layers of rocks. The best time to see it is early morning or in the evening when the sun is low. That wasn't going to happen for us so we settled for a couple of photos from the bus on our way back to Tilcara, the light was harsh but it still looked impressive. What a great finish to Argentina, a very interesting and diverse country with some magnificent scenery. We may have already said goodbye to Chile as well or then again, we may pop back in for one more visit from our next country - Bolivia.