Amerian Executive Mendoza Hotel
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... outskirts of the city! The film is very good and well worth a look.
The Uspallata Valley takes in Route 7 to the Chile border and just 30km outside the border on the Argentine side is one of the largest truck stops in the world.It can hold up to 3000 trucks comfortably and it is necessary, the border in the winter months can be blocked off with snow and avalanches are common.It is a huge plot of tarmacked land and passing it today it was fairly empty with only about ...
... a field, there is not much you can do other than accept your fate. My daily mantra has become, "Well, it looks like we might actually die today. Cool."
So, when our cab sputtered out, jolting to a stop on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere, Tununyan, Mendoza, I can't really say I was surprised. Nor was I surprised when the cab driver ran up to the nearest intersection to wave someone down to help us. When I learned that he had flagged down (by chance?) ...
... moutains hidden in the distance. The guides made it pretty clear weīd all fall in but luckily for us we didnīt..the water was absolutely freezing as only 12 hours before it had melted from its previous state and made itīs way further down stream. So much geography, I love it!
Onwards to our next destination, 18 hours away, was Salta. Unfortunately the weather wasn't great so there we were in our shorts and ...
... which is a huge set of waterfalls
than run just under 2 miles long and are where Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil
meet, so lots of miles to cover, via a couple of interesting places over the
next couple of days. We will be in Brazil in 8 days – I cant believe how fast
it is all going, although when we look back at what we have done we have
crammed so much in its incredible – we never want this to end!
... lit courtyard with a glass of malbec in my hand having interesting conversations I felt very lucky to be there! And all thus probably wouldn't have happened if I'd been travelling with the girls. Being on your own pushes you to get out of your comfort zone and talk to a variety of people!
The following day was a very lazy one. I got up late, strolled through the town, sat in the park in the sun, read my book etc. it was nice to just have a breather and not do much. I had to ...