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Travel Blogs from Cafayate
... next few days relaxing, drinking wine in the park and one day getting really active and riding up to the foothills of the mountains to drink wine and eat a cheese platter at a winery. Sounds horrible doesn't it! It was the perfect way to spend our last fe days in Argentina, a country which really grew on me. After being spoilt in Argentina with flash buses, great food, cheap wine and all the modern conveniences if was off to Bolivia, the poorest country in South ...
... fighting, screeching and yelping with pain metres from our tents like that before. Thankfully after the very long night, we had a sleep in with no planned itinerary. All the boys went off to watch a football game in a local pub. One of the guys, Cornish Alex, passionately supports Manchester United so it's always a good laugh going along to watch him in action. Us girls had the perfect afternoon in another vineyard, the best vineyard so far. The winery surrounded a square ...
... areas and
started by heading up to Pumamaca (apparently a rock with 7 colours).
Everything was going swimmingly well until the heavens opened up and literally
dumped all available water on this tiny town. About 20 mins later we were
creeping through one foot of water and crossing our fingers that our little
rental car would not die like others cars around us.
We aborted the mission and headed south to Cafayate. The
first two hours ...
... suggestions for where to find packaging materials for wine to travel on international flights, which was really nice. After scoping out a plastics store for bubble wrap (to no avail) we tried El Porvenir and were told to come back at 3pm. We weren't quite hungry for lunch, so we quick drove to the edge of town to Esteco and Visuja Secreto, both of which were closed for the lunch hour. Okay, we'll find hunger somehow. Lunch was at the famed Case de ...
After a WEEK of being prodded, poked, examined and undergoing unnecessary surgery, our poor little Burrito is bravely carrying us on with our journey, although still sick. We are now in Cafayate, the new upcoming wine region of Argentina and expect to reach the city of Mendoza in a few days time, where we hope to be able to make the Red Burrito better.