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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 …
80 % d'humidité dans l'air, 300 jours de pluie dans l'année à ce qu'on raconte et des chutes gigantesques dont l'Argentine, le Brésil et le Paraguay se disputent les charmes.
Mais avant ça, dernier repas avec Mathieu et Marie que nous retrouvons pour la dernière fois avant que nos chemins ne se séparent définitivement. Quelques histoires ( …
Argentina is exactly as you would imagine it in your dreams. Daily siestas are built into the days. Wine is everywhere. Local men are cat calling after every woman that passes and sexual energy fills the air. Nights are filled with tango dancing in local plazas. 75 year old men pressed up against 25 year old women. It´s warm. It´s calm. It´s slow. …
While needing to move on from Cordoba it was still sad to say goodbye as we had become very fond of the hostel, the owners and the city itself, but alas, the wine country was calling. Arriving into the usually busy terminal, in Argentina, it seems as though everyone is travelling all the time, the bus terminals are crazy busy at all hours of …
Very lazy time
Ate Steak and drank wine every night,
Slept in everyday.
Watch all the Irish matches.
Rented bikes and cycvled from winery to winery. Good old Mr. Hugo