Posadas Luna Y Sol
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... was really interesting. 30,000 pesos for the plot only and then structures (ironically similar sizes to the favellas) were built on top. A great start to the morning, singing (however tunelessly) with the Israeli boys to their guitar renditions of our chart favourites. What charmers! We then dragged ourselves out of bed a third time (something thats becoming all too familar in BA) and joined an empanadas cookery course. Pretty much glorified pastries but with my chef hat on I felt a ...
We had booked
an afternoon tour to drive along the Quebrada de Cafayate so in the morning we
decided, before it got too hot, to walk up to the lookout overlooking the
village. The view showed us a waterfall coming off the mountain behind and the
vineyards some of which are even in the town. We visited the local supermarket
and fruit shop for lunch at the hostel before we were due to be picked up. The
tour consisted of us and ...
... famous wine-flavoured icecream (the Malbec variety - for which the region is well known), and a plate of the delicious Argentinian empanadas (more of a 'fine' food here than the snack food that it is in other countries).
We of course completed the mandatory activity, being wine tastings! We rented bikes for the day with half a dozen other friendly people from the hostel, and rode around in the glaring sun trying a variety of locally produced wines (notably the Malbec (a ...
... surrounded by orange trees, in the gorgeous Argentine sun, drinking 3 different types of sparkling wine - perfect. Our next stop was a vineyard called Piattelli, where we did a tour and wine tasting, sampling 3 different wines (white and two reds). They took us through the whole process of wine making from planting the vines to ageing in oak and bottling. The vineyard had the most amazing views of the hills and vines, surrounded by white roses ...
... a woollen blanket which is now taking up precious space in my bag, I should never be allowed out alone!!
Niall was no better the next day, Joyce took charge of the driving back to Salta and very kindly dropped us to the door of our hostel so he wouldn't have to walk too far. We had a flight booked to Iguazu for that evening so there wasn't too much time for resting but somehow Niall managed to drag himself through the airport and onto the plane. ...