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... closed. We found a shopping centre that was open that had 'Space Bowling" so of course we made the most of it! The next day we got up early and quite hungover to have another long drive day to Mendoza.
Mendoza produces 70% of Argentina’s wine and is most famous for its Malbec varieties. Our first day in Mendoza, Nicola and I walked around the city while many others on our tour did and wine and bike day. We found a French Patisserie and sat by a fountain in the ...
... to taste wine properly and what to look for. I'm still not convinced that all the strange tastes and smells they mentioned were actually present in the wines, but i definitely managed to pick up the more obvious things by the end of the visits to the wineries.
So feeling better and ready to move on again, i headed back to my home away from home, Buenos Aires, for a flying visit. I arrived at 10am and booked a bus to Salta for 1800 the next day. I spent my one night ...
... is that my spanish is so poor - great help having James Goodall as a translator, not to mention driver as well, although I have contributed some time behind the wheel.
Thurs 27th: a bit of a rest day in Bariloche. Just as well as I am approaching a clean pants crisis (lack of). Bariloche is extraordinary - very popular tourist destination for argentines on enormous Lake Nahuel Huapi - a sort of argentine alpine town on a hill with many wooden chalet style buildings and chocolate ...
On our way to Montevideo today.
... swooped in and took the the cracker. It was photographed by the tour company photographer and they would later try and flog us a copy which we politely declined. We met a lovely retired Canadian couple who were the only other English speakers on the tour. About 30 minutes later we got to an island where the tour guide took us round and explained that the majority of tree species on ...