Algodon Wine Estates & Champions Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to Bali from Santiago. I headed for some steak with a few people from the hostel that night.
The next day I got up early and headed to the bus station to learn the bus had been cancelled due to snow. After seeing that flights were too expensive I booked the bus for the next day. This would mean not seeing Santiago and travelling over 70 hours to get to Bali. The rest of the day I spent backing up my photos ...
... one guy from Singapore, an Argentinian, an American girl (who was at the wine tasty the day before – but I realized that only after half-day…) and me.
Sunrise was coming and you could start seeing the light-rose-pink coloring the sky and a light orange the mountains from distance. In few minutes we had to stop the van cause it was too beautiful outside and we started taking pictures right and left! What a sunrise. Bellissimo!
Back in the van and ready ...
... water rafting on the Mendoza River, which at this time of year, had Class 3 and 4 rapids. We were lucky that only the five of us were doing the rafting today, so we didn't have any strangers with us.
First step was to get changed into a wetsuit, and boots (complete with plastic bag socks). We then drove for 30 minutes into the hills. We unloaded the raft and got a few instructions. After donning a woollen jumper, waterproof jacket and life vest we ...
... picture with them. No, thank you, I want to dance with you, not being photographed. What for? But we did stop and see, everything happening around us. Since we all kind of had a same feel we turned into a little street where we found a little gem, hidden restaurant, reasonably priced with a local singer who was playing guitar and just sang. How simply touching. Only very few of us, sharing this special moment.
La Cathedral, Tuesday night. The hostel receptionist, ...
... through to 5pm! A winery tour, on which you ride between wineries on some not-so-well maintained bikes, more Quilmes, more steak, the best ice cream in 6 months and of course plenty of wine meant our last few days in Argentina were ridiculously relaxing but also dealing with the odd hangover (in part due to drinking games and general shenna****ns with our new American friends Brandon and Kyle). So that was Argentina - a 2 week blast that left ...