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... girl on the tour. We will call her Marrion(?). She is from France, lives in London and did a one year exchange program in Calgary. Sure, why not. Anyway, we went to dinner with Ben who wanted to have a steak before his 10pm busride to Cordoba. After he left, the two of us carried on for another four hours. Her bus to Santiago was going at 8am but she wasnt going to find out if the roads were clear of snow enough for her trip to happen. I really hope ...
... I wanted to enjoy the scenery on the way back but everyone was so worn out, the whole bus fell asleep. We arrived back at the hostel at 6:30 pm.
Tomorrow we're doing a wine tasting tour of 2 different vinyards and an olive oil factory. This province is known for its wine and is the source of 70% of Argentina's total production. Wine tasting is the thing to do here, so we're doing it!
In other news, ...
... And from Malbec Lujan de Cuyo (the region), we went to Maipu, CarinaE. A small vineyard owned by a French couple who have a thing for astrology. Favourites there were their Prestige and Syrah Gran Reserva. Their Torrontes and Passito de Los Andes (dessert wine) were also nice. Bonus: they are all available in NL :-) Remarkable was that all three vineyards focused on the importance of the use of French oak barrels which cost around EUR 1500 a ...
... She skipped about like a kid at Disneyworld, chattering about how wonderful it might be to live out our golden years here. "Sure" I muttered into the hood that was forever being blown against my face (again, when you come from a place where the grass grows sideways, you shouldn’t be this bothered by a little breeze – what’s happened to me?). There is some need of general upkeep – most of the houses would benefit simply from a fresh splash of paint, but it ...
... winery in the Maipu region where we would then bike from. I was so excited that I ended up forgetting the camera at the hostel (dumbass!) but thankfully some very friendly Israeli's overheard the cursing under my breath and offered to take some pictures of us (I'm still waiting for them). Our first winery was probably the most interesting of the lot. An "organic" wine farm which has basically dug small canals in between the vines where they literally flood the ...
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