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... smoky plum sauce, jams, sauces and pickles are sold at small markets or exchanged with friends and neighbours for different produce.
To say we enjoyed our time at the finca is an understatement. It was a privilege to be able to help in even a very small way and we treasured the open hearted hospitality we received from Annette and John, and from their circle of friends. When the time came to continue with our journey it felt as if we were leaving home all over ...
... and our bags consumed his whole lounge and living area. Again, we were amazed at people's openess and generosity. We spent three fab days being shown around the area and visiting Jeronimo's finca (vineyard) he taught us so much about wine and we consumed far too many good bottles of vino! Huw was hanging for a bbq so we ...
... poster with a picture of the moon, a raft, and a description in Spanish. I also saw the date as March 19, the day we arrived. In short, this night was going to be the largest full moon in 18 years and, to celebrate, the local rafting company was offering a special moonlit white water rafting trip, complete with bonfire and all night DJ. As tired as we were, we signed up immediately.
We used the rest of the day to relax up for our big night. ...
... ust find a nice hostel ;)
After browsing the web, I had a shower and relaxed a bit. I had a chat with a French guy who was living half the year in Brazil and after a while around 23:00 I went to bed. Tomorrow checking out Mendoza the city of wine.
ARS$ 3.99 = 1 USD$
Bus ticket Mendoza to Santiago @ Ars$ 110.00
Twin room per night @ Ars$ 130.00
Huge hamburger @ Ars$ 26.00
Can of coke @ Ars$ 6.50
... off. The airline had managed to track down their missing backpacks earlier in the day and had received them just in time for lunch. With one less crisis at hand, we spent the rest of the day stocking up on supplies and retired early for a good night’s rest. We had planned to head off to Puente del Inca by daybreak to register and begin acclimatising ourselves for the climb. Our journey had begun, but the real tests were yet to come.