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... couple in a bloke’s car which was a bit
squishy in the back seat. The landscape is even more tortured and dramatic than
what we have seen in the deserts to the north and in Chile. We had the chance
to do a bit of walking away from the road into the surrounding canyons. At one
point, where we did a 3 kilometre walk, the guide said there were 21 colours in
the rocks. The panoramic view of the river and the surrounding ...
... and the Torrontes (a surprisingly delicious white which is now only produced in this region, and nowhere else in the world). We then visited a goats cheese factory for more tastings, tried the tradition South American confection alfajores (two biscuits sandwiching a sweet filling), and enjoyed a delicious homemade, bbq-cooked pizza dinner!
The following day we had to change hostels (yet again...this is getting old!) as Cafayate backpackers is full with Argentinians arriving ...
Random Country Fact Time: Argentinian isn't a word but Argentine is. The countries official name isn't Argentina it is Argentine Republic.
On the road again with a new truck, three newbies and a new leader and co leader. Having a better understanding of Dragoman has reset our expectations and in doing so we are enjoying it more. The lady who was co leader last trip has stepped into the role of leader. I'm really impressed with the extra information she has given us, ...
... unearthly sandstone formations.
We are staying at a beautiful winery tonight in the main house of the original estancia. Our room is gorgeous. The bedroom is huge and decorated in the style of colonial time. We each have our own sink and shower. We made reservations at the restaurant for 8:30 and went to the bar a little before and ordered a toddy. This whole vineyard is HUGE and open to people staying here. We had trouble deciding in which ...
... It was great.
We ate empanadas, which the Argentinians are famous for and also we ate the steak too which is the best steak we have both had in our lives. Absolutely amazing.
The town was very beautiful with lots of grand colonial buildings around.
We visited a museum to learn a bit about the Incas and the history there and inside the museum were frozen ...