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However, we had heard some interesting things about the town, and it seemed like a good opportunity to enjoy the luxuries of urban living after a week or so on the road and in small towns, but it ended up being one of the strangest and most frustrating places we went to. One of the things we had heard about La Rioja that interested us was that Jesus Christ was the mayor.
Apparently in , early in Spanish colonisation of the area, the local indigenous people, the Diaguita, reached an impasse with the colonising forces. I have not been able to find exact details about what they disagreed about — perhaps it was the Spanish were stealing their land and forcing them into slavery. Anyway, a condition that the Diaguita put on peace was that they got to choose the mayor.
They chose Jesus. Yeah, him. Arriving in the evening, we could have caught a bus north that night, but we were keen for a good sleep and a good meal, so we went to find a hostel, which entailed spending the entire following day there as well, because in the great South American tradition, bus services from rival companies going to the same destination all tend to leave at the same time.
A pay-by-the-kilo restaurant had a the best vegetarian food we had eaten for quite a while. She would only offer us a slightly reduced rate over staying the night, so we elected to check out then and spend the day around the town. Unfortunately, we had not realised that La Rioja was apparently famed for its long and complete siestas.
This may or may not have been influenced by the fact that at that time the swine fu epidemic was at its height and Argentina was very badly affected. After emerging from a few days in the wilderness of Talampaya and Villa Union, we discovered when we got to the bigger city that many people were wearing face masks and the media was full of swine flu anxiety. In most other places we had been to that had long siestas, we amused ourselves on days without much to do by spending time in internet cafes; but due to the swine flu outbreak, the regional government in La Rioja had declared that internet cafes were to be closed at all times.