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- Swimming pool
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... was without any alcohol yet! Had to go to side of road at times as big trucks - not the safest and bumpy! Plus legs rubbing together. Realise just how much weight put on - put on denim shorts for the first time in ages (well put on brown shorts to hike in in bariloche and they were tighter too) - not work since first day on navimag I think so was 7th march - one month can make a difference but if anything also done the most hiking the last month out ...
... so I got on down on my knee for that "artistic" shot. Unfortunately I landed among thorns. It wasn't a pretty sight as everyone watched me pull thorns out of my bloody hand, and knee.
Upon leaving Salentein we began the portion of our trip where we would bike to Andeluna wineries. On Sergio's web site people commented by saying that they rode 10 to 12 miles. Maybe it was half that distance, but we will never know. I was ...
... the Andes we headed back to the hotel for a BBQ, including the first sweetbreads, further speeches, and yet more delicious wine including the Norton Cabernet won at the first Brooks’s wine blending event. Admittedly the result of said event was called into question by a certain member of the party (who sadly had been unable to attend the Norton visit due to a back complaint) but his decision on the better wine was shouted down and ridiculed by his ...
... sun go down over the city whilst drinking some wine: perfection! The next 3 days we'd organised to hire a car to see the surrounding scenery and towns. Jo & Chris came with us for the 1st leg to Cafayate. The drive was great, lots of good places to stop and admire the views. Once in Cafayate we visited Finca Jose Munier Vineyard, a small artisanal bogeda, where we had a tour and tasted 3 of their wines, needless to say we all lapped this up! After our tour ...