Cabanas Las Terrazas de La Herradura
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... that for years the mining companies were dumping their toxic waste into the water supply, that studies have been done and the rate of cancer is at about 30%, more than any other city in the region! It was an eye opening day for all of us. I could go on and describe all we saw but I think the greater picture is described. But beyond what we saw physically, we witnessed the endurance of the human spirit. We saw strength,compassion, dedication and ...
... snake and fishlike forms on the sides of the boulders as well as the hollowed out holes in the rocks which were used to ground the grains.
Once we climbed up and down the rocks over very rugged terrain we headed back to the bus and taken to the Tabali Winery for a guided tour and wine sampling (I sat this part out).
Our next stop took us to a restaurant for lunch and the braised beef was so tender it melted in your mouth. There was lots of wine ...
... to splash on their winery and wine making!
We were met on a terrace by their Public Relations Manager Vivian who had some canapés for us and a nice lunch waiting. Lunch included a lovely Salmon Carpaccio but alas the seven wines served exited me so much I forgot to write the other courses down!
The excellent wines with dinner were
1. Sauvignon Blanc 2013
Clear and bright. Fresh, grassy nose. Clean ...
... places went way up into the hillsides. Here, the limiting factor is water coming down from the Andes that is needed for the crops, as the local rainfall is very low. At the end of the valley at over 1,000m above sea level is their small 6Ha of vines and tiny winery where only 30,000 bottles are made each year. Here we tasted three wines:
1. Gran Reserva Syrah 2010 14%
A Syrah with a small amount (10%) of ...
... Keiles on "From Sail to Steam". He talked at more length about the clipper ships, although they were on the scene for a relatively brief time. Stretching at 5:00. At 7:00 we went to the Ocean Bar to watch people doing the tango. Dinner as usual at 8:00. During dinner we happened to look out the window and saw a couple of whale spouts. The show was Fabio Zini, classical guitarist. Very ...