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Our bus wasn't until 2pm so we had a decent breakfast in Johhny B Goods. It consisted of scrambled eggs, bacon, toast, orange juice and a cafe con leche and all for 5 pound. We spent the next half hour or so just wandering in and out of shops attempting to kill time. Gilly treated himself to a new black fleece in one of those outdoor adventure stores that you'd be likely to bump into Ronan Higgins buying himself his annual outfit. I hadn't taken much footage of Mendoza in the four days ...
... in eager anticipation, closing around artisanal burgers, huge slices of frittata, plastic beer cups filled to the brim. I had walked straight into the heart of the Nam Santiago Festival Latinoamericano de Cocina, proudly sponsored by the City of Santiago, Chilean Ministry of Agriculture and Scotiabank. Again kicking myself for not having charged my camera when there was so much to see, I redeemed my free ticket for a glass of 2011 Rioja and sipped it as I soaked in ...
... the doors of the cathedral I noticed a black dog asleep on the path just where I felt the cool air coming out and thought that was rater clever (it has been 34 today).
Then, while sitting contemplating in the cathedral I noticed a chap come in carrying some plastic bags, take a seat and then do what I can only think to call 'actively pray' ( ie with arms up stretched, then kneel and repeat). I left just after him but close enough to notice him stop and ...
... held my bag a little bit tighter. We go to the nicest places on holidays, tiny apartments, all the windows boarded up, rubbish and graffiti everywhere, etc. We eventually made it to the car yard, there were heaps of cars but there was only 1 car of interest to us a 2005 Mitsubishi Pajero (they have a difference name over here) it was the right price, 98,000 kms. Looked ok but you never know what you get buying a 2nd hand car from the ghetto.
Day 2 of the ...