Break Point Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... olive oil tastings were interesting, too, and we learned a few fun facts. Green olives and black olives -- same same, just different points of ripeness. Who knew? Also, you DO NOT want to eat an olive off the tree. So bad, bitter. At the chocolate/liquor shop, we were offered a shot of any of the home-made liquors. I declined, but then a woman who wasn't enjoying hers gave it to me, so I had half a shot of something very sweet; ...
... thing with pink pearls and wings and it looks like and angel. I need to find it and it means a lot to me."
Not gonna happen. So I ended up crawling through the bus, like a dog looking everywhere for my guardian angel. Ofccourse all eyes have been on me (again) and no one would help me. I eventually made it back to my seat, upset Ihhaven't found it as I saw my smelly seat neighbor picking it up from my seat.
Ouch. That was the only place in the whole bus I haven't looked for ...
... me galloping out there? I asked Steve. You were trotting he said bursting my bubble. But it was true. The faster I went the more my body bounced up and down, I don't know how they do it. It was a great feeling giving it a go, the reins in one hand your horse picking up speed and just fully relaxing and going with the motions while trying to navigate a safe path. To be one with a horse and the world without falling and breaking your neck is a great ...
... fountains, crafts fairs, and green green and more green. A great place to waste many hours.
General Parque San Martin
A forested 420 hectare green oasis only 2km from the city centre with several museums, a lake, a rowing and tennis club, lots of military statues (God, how the South Americans love to idolise their military heroes, its a contest between them and Catholic statues). Unfortunately, I did not have the energy to walk ...
... so shady along most parts. The final winery was the Norton Winery, one of the biggest distributors in the region, and you can tell, it has really nice landscaped gardens and a visitors centre. More wine tasting and a tour of their grounds and cellars, then back to the hostel. As the bikes had been so bad the tour guide bought a couple bottles of beer for the van ride back to Mendoza. That evening it was more drinks with people from the hostel and I didn't get to ...