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... did turn up and I was greeted with a rounding chorus of “Hola”,”bugger” , I thought,all Brazilians and Latinos,I slumped myself on the back seat for the journey.We stopped off at a youth hostel before we left town and picked up a young lad in his twenties,turns out he was French and it was also opportunistic that he had not inherited his older generations obstinence of not speaking English to the English and at a toilet stop out of town I introduced ...
... a dream. Nestled in the foothills of the snow capped Andes, the hectares of grape vines seemed to go on forever. While enjoying a variety of torrentes and malbecs, we did our tour, learning all about stamping and pressing grapes, types of oaks and barreling, and bottles and labels. Then we set off in the rain to explore the vineyards and eat bunches upon bunches of fresh, tart grapes. With wet hair and purple stained teeth, we headed back to do the whole crazy trip all over ...
... festival in Belgium. It was going to be a 17 hour journey to Patagonia to a town called Bariloche. This is known as the switzerland of Argentina and carries the name Lake District because of its beautiful scenery. We had the cama bus booked again so we were able to have a decent nights sleep, this one was a fairly nice bus with James bond on dvd in English. See you in ...
... then the best
bit of all, we ended up in an Artisan chocolate shop in town. The guy was
really nice, and got talking about when he was a Rugby international player for
Argentina and he played in Italy, which Maddie and Bartley loved. Bartley used
to train the Irish youth side, so anything rugby related he is all over. The
guy took us through how he makes his chocolates, and then poured us all this
honey liquor and brought out three trays covered ...
... br> I needn't have worried about the bus,...I decided for a long bus like that I should go top class. Buses are quite expensive in Argentina but my was it worth it. I'm currently sitting in the bus watching a movie chosen out of many options on my own tv, sipping champagne after finishing a 3 course dinner and a glass of red wine! With my fully horizontal seat I feel I will be very nice and rested when I arrive in buenos aires at 8 am tomorrow. Ready for weekend party time! Yay!
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