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... and very modern with lots of sound and light effects. All the explanations were a little too poetic for our taste, but by the end of the visit we had still learnt a lot about Cafayate and how to make wine. For example, we now know that Cafayate has the highest located vineyards in the world, that it’s the second biggest wine district in Argentina and how the altitude, 340 sunny days and a large temperature gap between day and night help the grapes incorporate flavors and keep ...
Got up nice and early to bus it to Montevideo. Tried to steal one of the dogs on the ranch, bebito. Cutie, he was on the bus and everything. Arrived at a very lovely hotel but the city looked really run down and grey on the way in. The girls walked to a park, in the top ten sights. It was slightly scary....like ...
... be honest, there is not a huge amount to do apart from visit the star attraction of El Mercado del Puerto, the famous meat markets. We first heard of these markets when taking a tour of Santiago, Chile, where we visited the equally famous fish markets that had been constructed at the same time in the UK, during the 1800's. There had apparently been a mix up and the two cast iron structures had been shipped to the wrong destinations, but it is difficult to tell as they both ...
... set up like a plane, except by boat. We also got to pick our seats which was key so get in line early! We sat by the window of course and were ready to enjoy the scenery. The boat had a taxfree shop, some cafe's on board, and places to eat at. It was set up really cute!
We got to Colonia, Uruguay a little after 10 AM (11 AM in Uruguay) so it took us a little over an hour to get there. From there we got our luggage and got on the bus which headed to Montevideo and left at ...
... central areas of Montevideo are not as cosy as La Ciudad Vieja, nor as vibrant come nightfall. My hotel was situated on the pub street, and if I ever was in doubt that I was in a town, I would not need to look furter than next door. Lo and, indeed, behold: There was an Irish pub! An interesting lack of Guinness, Magners and Kilkenny was made up for by the local brews of Pilsen, Mastra and Davok; all of which boasted a lager and an oscura (stout-y but not as full-bodied). Mastra had ...
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