All In Mendoza Monkey Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... anything monetary related, prices, bills they give to men in Argentina. And it was about £100 per bottle. Needless to say that was the only taste of that wine I am ever going to have. Luyan is also beautiful. What they don't tell you in the guide books is the stark contrast between the affluent wineries and some of the communities that live just outside them who are living in very very very basic conditions, not too dissimilar to the huts made of mud bricks we saw ...
... PICNICS RESTRICTED TO DESIGNATED AREAS. Miles of what used to be free-and-easy beaches are now state parks which close at 6 P.M., so that one can no longer camp there for a moonlight feast. Nor can one swim outside a hundred-yard span watched by a guard, nor venture more than a few hundred feet into the water. All in the cause of “safety first” and foolproof living.
Just try taking a stroll after dark in a nice ...
... in a parking lot by a casino. The Esplendor slightly failed to meet the high expectations of some of the grandees, and this was later exacerbated by the sight of the Grand Hyatt in the centre of Mendoza, but at least we all had their own rooms. Or so we thought, but the sight of Señor Norton in one's room was soon forgotten as the first Argie C******nay and Malbec blends of the tour were supped. We also had our first introduction to something called steak. I think it will catch ...
... a couple of Aussies. It was ****. (The hill, not the company).
We have really enjoyed Mendoza and met some great people who we will stay in touch with no doubt. On our last morning a Canadian from the hostel gave us 2 bottles of posh wine that he couldn't fit in his bag! The fool, he could have just drank them! We finished the stay with our last Argentinian steak. For now anyway, as we are heading to Chile...
... a boating lake (big enough for rowing competitions), a zoo and on Cerro La Gloria, a hill within the park is one of the most impressive war monuments we´ve ever seen! The monument is to honour the gathering of Argentinians to help the Chileans in their fight for independence from the Spanish. Once the forces were gathered they marched across the Andes to support the Chilean struggle.
That afternoon we went off on a wine tasting tour. We visited 3 ...