Red Wine Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Annette and Liam to deal with the watering, I spent a while tying grape vines to the wires that will support them during the new season’s growth. John and Annette sell their grapes to local bodegas (wineries.) When the plums are harvested they are dried on long racks, as prunes fetch a better price than fresh plums. Annette showed me how to bake bread in an outdoor, adobe oven (horno de barro). Another day we went hunting for, and killing, ants which would strip ...
... plane. Then its fuel, check fluids and wash the windows for departure.
Upon take off we are treated with spectacular views of the Andes. For the next hour we fly northeast over barren mostly uninhabited countryside until we approach the agricultural center of San Luis. While it is winter and the fields are bare, the infrastructure of commercial farming is evident. ...
... entire camp by the time we arrived. There were about 100 people there and the bonfire was already starting to get going.
We milled around for a little while, figuring out how the night would work and when we would go rafting. No one seemed to have any idea, so we just enjoyed the scenery and getting to know the people around us. Finally, after debating when we might leave for rafting, Kristin and I decided to grav beers, with the only option being ...
... The Argentinians seem to speak a lot faster, possibly commensurate with their Italian influence (the ice cream is genuinely amazing, once you've persuaded someone to sell you some). Finally there is a certain Argentinian demeanour, characterised by a mordant visage and a mild case of "computer says no" ****-youness. I admit the generalisation: there are quite a few lovely people here. Just, it seems, not as many as in Peru or Bolivia. ...
... us that morning, Juan suggested to walk down another hour to Puente del Inca. My feet and ankles were killing me by then but why not?! We started walking down the road then Juan took us down onto an abandoned railway track, really good fun. We arrived at Puente del Inca just in time to see the famous natural bridge where there used to be a thermal spa resort in the 40s. One last thing to do: celebrate having made it up and down (alive): Cerveza.
We didn’t get ...