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We flew AeroLineas from AEP aeropuerto in BA to Mendoza. On downloading our electronic boarding pass my browser asked if I wanted to translate the spanish to english and I clicked 'yes' and was presented with a pass for "Cute Kennedy"... Needless to say I re-loaded the file as I don't think that matches Linda's passport (but I do think it's a fitting pseudonym).
Had our low carb snack box of ...
From Valparaiso we took a 6 (+) hour bus back across the border to Argentina. The journey itself was only 6 hours just the '+' was dependent on how long you spent at immigration, we had heard 1 to 4 hours, so our 2.5 hours seemed pretty standard. It was just mildly entertaining to be reminded of Argentinian inefficiency as most of the time at the border was spent watching immigration officials chatting, ...
... br> Well the plan was to break up our journey with a day out in the lovely city of Cordoba. Unfortunately we hadn't factored in that it was Sunday so most places of interest were closed or the fact that after spending 18 hours with no sleep on various buses the last thing we wanted to do was explore a busy city in the boiling sun. Thus most of our day was spent in the bus station which is what we shall concentrate on.
Cordoba has an amazing bus ...
... surrounding Mendoza. Argentina has ~1500 wineries, of which over 1300 are located in the Mendoza province. Off we set on our rented bikes, cruising along tree-lined roads, surrounded by thousands of acres of vines. Our first stop was Bodega Norton, a fairly huge winery, with an annual production of 20 million litres. Here we tried the same wine at 3 different steps throughout the fermentation process: 1) Whilst still in the large metal initial ...
... running tracks & restaurants. All in all a fantastic free facility on my door step. I did two longish runs in the park during my stay and when I looked back on the map of the city before I left I realised I had managed to see 90% of the park during my two runs. The second highlight was the wine tour I did on Wednesday with Ampora Wine Tours. I had originally planned to take a local bus out to Maipu to do Mr Hugos wine tours (which costs approx €5/€6 ...