Algodon Wine Estates & Champions Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I like to consider myself a pretty adventurous eater. I'll try pretty much anything once, and I don't have to like it but I do need to commit to trying it. Almost every time I travel, my concept of food is challenged. Why do eat what we eat? Why are some foods culturally considered revolting? How much does appearance influence our appetite? I find I get the most reflective over food because it's such a socially constructed concept. Why are lambs food but dogs are ...
... nights out it doesn't even feel like I am missing out. Particularly since hangovers will always last two days, and even after that I'm not at my best. The juice is not worth the squeeze.
It is another baking day, and in the afternoon I met up with Rach and Viv to head to the bus terminal to book our tickets out of here. After that Viv and I headed for ...
... here after the tour. And he doesn't take much convincing. We buy a bottle of their Torrontes and have an amazing lunch overlooking the vineyard and the picturesque mountains. I never want to leave and wonder if I can just climb into a barrel somewhere. But after a few hours, we get on our bikes (a little more wobbly than when we arrived) and cycle home. Some random dog runs with us the whole 5kms back. Bloody fit animal... Piatelli spoiled us for the other vineyards, but it ...
... the absence of the major vistas from the last few treks.
We finally curled back around and skirted a lake back to the ranger station. It turned out to be a glorious afternoon in the forest and fresh mountain air.
We are now making our way to the bus terminal for another overnight bus to Mendoza.The overnight buses here are the way to go. Buses in general in Argentina are amazing, with giant leather lounge chairs, and movies in the Cama ...
After our earliest wake up so far (6.20 am!), we were treated to breakfast cooked by our very own chef! Lara and Aliza left first to meet their supervisor and start their placement at Hospital Lagomaggiore. Shortly after I headed out too accompanied by our programme manager Natalia. We took the bus to Hospital Notti, the children's hospital. Misha: When I arrived I was introduced to all the staff who were all really friendly. We went straight to theatres where ...