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... buses because I think by the end of this year a whole month would have been spent on buses, and that's no silly exaggeration! Ok so we got to Salta and the not to be missed attraction in this area is the amazing coloured rocks and formations in some valleys not too far from town so we organised a day tour to go check them out. The bus picked us up in the morning and we were the only young backpackers out of 20+ people, the rest were oldies. It was a bit ...
... of rain per year. From a landscape perspective, it's located in a valley between rolling hills. The vineyards and architecture reminded me of Spain or Tuscany. That first vineyard was famous for sparkling wine. It was that good, no orange juice was needed. Moët could learn a thing or two! We enjoyed bottle after bottle in the cobble stone courtyard. Lunch time had finally arrived by the time we were at vineyard number two. As stunning as the brand new vineyard was, it ...
We have travelled vast distances since the last entry in
Pucon, Chile. The first stop was Mendoza in Argentina via an overnight bus to
Santiago and then another full day bus trip over the Andes (pretty spectacular
Mendoza is obviously the famous wine capital of Argentina
(and South America) mostly known for its Malbec – a delicious red that goes
fabulously with Argentina’s red meat. Mendoza ...
... there with the museum at the Panama Canal Miraflores locks. World class. Then we walked over to Bodega Nanni for a wine tasting; we opted out of the tour since we missed it by a bit and were more interested in drinking than learning (again) how wine is made. We had a torrontes, rose, malbec, and late-harvest torrontes. The rose was quite good, actually, while the regular torrontes and malbec fell short of others we've had. The english-speaking guide helped ...
... respond with "they belong to Argentina, we should give them back". The conversations soon steered away from 'those islands' and back to meat, football and of course the quality of the wine in Cafayate. Cafayate is a popular tourist destination in Argentina but most tend to visit on a day trip but we definitely preferred to stay a few nights and explore the scenery and bodegas by bike without the need to rush. It gave us more chance to enjoy the peace and quiet...and the chance to try some more ...