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Wow! What a journey - we would have paid the money (£40) to see that landscape returning to the same place but bonus that it took us into Mendoza, Argentina. Initially, we had messed up a bit by arriving at the bus station at 10 hoping for regular buses to Argentina but we had missed the morning departures from all companies so went back to …
Breakfast included again (this is a winner) and we were off to explore the city. This place is hot hot hot but dry and kinda manageable in the shade (or are we still acclimatised from a couple of years ago)? Staying in the north east corner of the grid layout we walked to Plaza St Martin, Plaza Espania, Plaza de Chile and Plaza d'Italia before …
... see my good friends, but it's also allowed me to switch my brain off for a couple of days and rely on the safety of the group.
It's not always easy travelling alone and a shared experience is always better, but if the only other option is to not see this fabulous world and stay at home, well then I just have to dig deep and suck up those less comfortable moments because I do realise how lucky I am to have this time.
Next Buenos Aires where there is no shortage of things to see and ...
... Perpetual leaves are, as we know, made of plastic, and there may come a time when surgeons will be able to replace all our organs with plastic substitutes, so that you will achieve immortality by becoming a plastic model of yourself.) Physicians should therefore explore the possibility of treating death and its pangs as they have treated labor and its “pains.”
Death is, after all, a great event. So long as it is ...
... had an extra day so we roamed about and had steak, wine and pool with Jacob and Andrea that evening followed by a lazy day walking in the beautiful park and perusing the markets before a Parilla (more steak) some more wine and our bus out on Saturday evening. Mendoza (unsurprisingly) has a very nice laid back atmosphere, beautiful buildings, grand plazas and is definitely a place that grows on you the longer you stay. It was nice to relax for a few days before Santiago and our flight to ...