All In Mendoza Monkey Hostel
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Mendoza was an amazing city. We were lucky enough to get 2-days of amazing weather. Unfortunately the dorms we were staying in didn't have air-con which meant suffering through the night. Megs was staying upstairs in the attic room, and as hot air rises, she copped it the worst. Lucky enough the days made it all worthwhile.
Day 1 Megs went …
... I probably could join them without the make-up but decided against it and we wandered back to the Diplomatic.
When we arrived we noticed the entry to the hotel was cordoned off with groups of Boca Junior fans going beserk (refer Buenos Aires blog on what the Boca Juniors are). We soon discovered there was a football game on the next night and the Boca Juniors (away team) were staying at our hotel. After missing out on a game in Buenos Aires we ...
Falling asleep in Cordoba and waking up in Mendoza… night buses in Argentina are one of preferred options when you travel. If you choose 'Cama total' or ‘esecutivo’ is like flying business where the seat can become more or less a bed. Taxi for downtown, this time no football stories, arrival at the hostel ‘Mendoza Inn’ at 9am. Good first impression: very friendly and happy people. My private room is at the first floor: big bed, private bathroom but, ...
Today there was a national transport strike in Mendoza - which means nobody could get to hospital, not us and not the patients. All buses, taxis, trams and trains all down. However Aliza and I were lucky because Dr Marcelo picks us up every morning to take us to the hospital. So while the rest of the work the world house enjoyed a lie in, we were ...
... a slow-moving procession composed of a seriously beat up motor with a tannoy strapped to the roof, 3 men in elaborate costumes riding horseback and a disconcertingly young harvest queen stood on the back of a pick up truck, waving awkwardly to the small number of people gathering at the roadside. All of this was flanked by numerous cars, trucks and lorries, which meant that the road was blocked in both directions. This might have made sense if the road was a small, ...