Bodega El Molino De Cachi
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I took a day tour to Cachi and was amazed by the changing scenery. It went from forest to desert, to hundreds of cactus to mountains more than 3000 metres above sea level. We were shown how to use the cocoa leaves, by placing 10 folded in half inside your cheek. They contain different vitamins which are released by sucking on them, to help prevent altitude sickness. As we were so high my crisp packet expanded ...
... old - proof that you can have a simple life without access to proper healthcare and still live to a ripe old age!
After passing through some small towns that seemed deserted, we arrived in Cachi, which has very little to it, so we had a nice chilled evening before a tasty dinner including empanadas filled with goat's cheese, quinoa and basil - yum!
After another early start the next day we ...
... acting range in the film the Rundown. Mmmm, weird, but i thought they just really liked the Rock. The lad comes back empty handed. I then twig that something is not quite hunky dory here. Then the bloke comes back with his footy mates obviously having just played a Sunday league match. He starts talking to me and after a few tries i get that my sleeping has been nicked from the washing line. Oh dear. He says he will go into Salta and buy me a new one, but this is ...
... the valley floor to the immodest opulence of the rocky cliffs beyond. It was absolute bliss, not a care in the world, the sun warming us as we ate, the only sounds breaking the silence coming from the wind in the trees and the occasional call of a bird.
The trail continued after lunch much the same as it had before the break, beautiful outlooks peppered with astonishing towering rocky outcrops, the land however started to open up in the later stages of our ...
... I didn’t eat let alone drink for 72 hours.
After 3 days we ventured back on the road again this time going east to Resistencia, which marks the start of tropical Argentina. It was very hot and very wet, but after a while you do get accustomed to it. Our entry was marked by our successfully resisting a local scam. Admittedly we did execute an illegal left turn, but this is small beer in Argentina. A ...