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... if it was a bit of a hike. The hostel was old looking but very clean with cable television.
We dropped our bags and headed out into town in search of an ATM. Most of them were not working, saying our cards don't work, but after a couple of hours we eventually got some money.
We asked around in couple of agencies about wine tours and apart from being expensive, many vineyards were going to be closed ...
... and we made our way along the side of a mountain which was incredibly beautiful. After a two hour trek and one casualty, we galloped back to base, where a barbecue and endless wine awaited. The food was delicious and after popping open a bottle of champagne we made our way back into town. We were a little bit drunk by now and the driver was again a lunatic and we stopped off for more wine. From that moment forward it was a little bit of a blur. My one clear ...
... Liz and Paul turn up a little stressed around six so we head across the road to the Jockey club for beer. We the spend the rest of the evening down the road a little bar hopping. I eat the same as last night and it's even better whilst the other three share piza. It's a lovely area with some live street music. MENDOZA DAY TWO, HOT AND SUNNY Down to breakfast soon after eight then down to reception at nine to meet Juan who is taking us out on a wine tour today. Juan meets us and we ...
You think you`re getting a break after heading out of BA but not in Mendoza! We`d heard the one thing to do in Mendoza was cycle around wine vineyards tasting all the wine until you could no longer cycle. I think Kate and I could both say we`re far more knowledgeable about wines now!
Forgive me but IŽd never heard of Malbec..or Syrah. Argentinian wine is fairly new compared to French or Australian wines which ...
... Last night I went to milonga, feeling very down due to some unexpected life experiences that occurred recently and when I started to dance, I snuggly embraced my dancers and let them to lead me. Gently. Absorbing their energy, being thankful for it, being thankful for no words, no questions. They must have felt my heart beating and me being nervous but they just embraced me and danced with me. Boleos, ochos, sacadas..
Went home with a silly smile on my face. ...