Ayres de Salta Hotel
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Today was a day to spend looking around Salta before we flew to Iguazu at 18.35pm. Omar had questioned our flight times the night before but we had it all written down from Trailfinders so he said he would check. He did call us at the hotel later but it got a …
... about 27 degrees, we were fitted with chaps and extremely sexy helmets. We rode around the country side for near 3hrs with 2 gauchos leading the way. In parts, the scenery was stunning with the Andes in the backdrop. The highlight of the day however we the free flowing local red wine and all you can eat rib eye steak, ribs and sausage BBQ lunch. I was looked after with baked peppers filled with egg and ...
... meticulous planning had let me down,it was my fault,I was supposed to have met the bus at the agency,tail between my legs I put on my actors hat and approached the owner of the company,he was reluctant to put me on another trip and transfer the cost ,so I had to tell him a white lie I am afraid,needs must as they say. I explained I was a travel tour operator from the UK looking to promote tourism in Argentina,it worked,he gave me his business card and put me on a fantastic ...
... wine, and I have taste buds, so jobs a good'un in my eyes, and we were told it was a longish transfer but we would have stops on the way so it's not such a big deal. We got picked up in a nice minibus and started the journey and the bugger stopped every 15 minutes to show us some rocks, whilst driving through a mountain range, which we could see from the bus, while it was too hot to stay outside for long, and I wanted to try some wine!! When ...
... best to speak English while we struggles with Spanish. It was so relaxed and was lovely to see that whenever someone new arrived they were all greeted with a kiss on the cheek men and women - i thought it was a lovely custom as nobody was ignored!It is apparently custom to have a barbecue every Sunday in Argentina just like we have a roast! Dec again had a huge feed of meat he could hardly move! we sat in the sun for the evening before heading back.