Alta La Luna
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ROAD TRIP! Our new found friends, Jenny and Hugh, hired a car to head down to Cafayate, a town south of Salta that we had already decided was well worth a visit. So with a monstrous sandwich as snacks for the journey, we ventured south along the winding roads through the red sandstone valleys. Along the way there were several interesting rock formations to stop and look at, including one called The Devil's Throat, a huge dried out waterfall. Cafayate is a tiny ...
We set off early for Cordoba and we will arrive tomorrow. We plan to bush camp overnight and we will cross a range of Argentinian mountains. On route we stopped off at the quilmes ruins. Quilmes was virtually the last community to succumb to the ...
... on alone, and after the first tasting found that the hair of the dog trick isn't a myth after all.
The first two wineries were somewhat non-events. Both tastings were overly supervised and we weren't allowed to see any of their operation, only the tasting room. Having said that, the wine was divine. But the third winery, Nanni, took the cake. It was a small family run organic operation, that made the most fantastic torrontès for a really good price. Their grounds ...
The bells (from the church on the plaza) followed by noisy old fashioned cistern flushing adjacent ensured another 7.30am wake up call.
There was, about 10am,, some loud music nearby – thought it was a local blasting out the sound system in their car, a frequent occurrence, but turned out to be a costume parade, very ornate with ½ the women's butt hanging out, with a minute idol (1.5’) in tow.