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... us an introduction into how to taste the wines, and it was here that we discovered that adrian was a bit of a wine pro, comin from napa valley in california.
He helped her out describing the wines and tasting procedure to us and was no doubt a sensational asset to have with us on our wine tasting journey. Because we were so awesome (or maybe because adrian spoke fluent spanish) we got a tour of the cellar and the area where they ...
... about to explore what the northern region of Argentina had to offer. Although a smaller town, we still had to do a lot of walking as our hostel wasn't in the best of locations. We did find a gourmet-food vegetarian restaurant, Chirimoya, which served up the best lunch of the trip so far. Fed and recharged we continued to explore the town and got a cable car which took us to a viewpoint overlooking Salta. We timed it so that we could catch the sunset, but ...
... taken to the local cave (when we jumped off the horse I was bit worried tht he is going to kill us) where we would crawl on our four to see one very early paintings and few spiders on the wall.
The view from the outside of the cave was splendid. I lit up a cigarette, smoked for a while, enjoyed the fresh air and the happiness of now. The moment of quiet when each of us felt it yet we did not talk there was no reason.
Then I was getting bit excited so I ...
... around 5000 people and pretty much flattened the whole city. The city was built with pessimistic anticipation of further earthquakes. The streets were built wide so should another earthquake strike, all of the rubble would fall into the street but there would still be space to move supplies through the streets. The plazas that are in abundance were also built to double up as evacuation points. In modern times this has resulted in a beautiful city full of tree lined avenues ...