San Suites Mitre
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We flew AeroLineas from AEP aeropuerto in BA to Mendoza. On downloading our electronic boarding pass my browser asked if I wanted to translate the spanish to english and I clicked 'yes' and was presented with a pass for "Cute Kennedy"... Needless to say I re-loaded the file as I don't think that matches Linda's passport (but I do think it's a fitting pseudonym).
Had our low carb snack box of ...
... but it was very muddy. Eduardo is capable of a 'Derek' walk and a 'Jenny' walk. They saw some goats, other than themselves, being herded by a dog and were confronted by a big bull. After some staring at each other, they went their separate ways. It was so quiet up there.
On the return journey, we again stopped to photograph the owls and their burrow. We also saw distant condors, purple hawks, a Chimango hawk and a beautiful small bird with a long tail called ...
... half the town that reflects various colours depending on the time you go to check it out. We both preferred Tilcara as it had quite a hippy vibe and had more things to do in the town.
After that not-so-gruelling meander through the North we then made our way to Salta for one night and then on to an 18 hour bus ride to Mendoza to meet up with my brother Andy. Unfortunately for me the stress of not doing much was clearly ...
... boulders, hardy green bitter bushes cling onto the sides and onto their lives. We stop the van to take some photos and the wind has picked up whistling past our ears like arrows,the snow now deep on the flanks of the mountains makes it difficult to see what your taking a photo of as the glare of white is so strong in the bitter sun,in the end we are all just pointing and pressing hoping some decent images would result and in the distance we see the mighty Aconcagua its ominous ...
... and they even provided some snacks. The ride to the border was beautiful. The grassy vineyard planes slowly giving way the the rock landscapes of the Andes. The border crossing was surprisingly easy. We got off, they stamped our Chile exit stamp. We stood in no mans land for ~5mins and then got our papers stamped for entry into Argentina. During this time, our bags were x-rayed. Then ...