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... in the confirmation email) except as we roll into summer and peak season I have a feeling at some point I will be caught out.
Once checked in Rach and I headed out for a wander around town. My opinion hasn't changed, whilst there is nothing particularly wrong with the city it is pretty bland. Even the monuments are underwhelming.
In the evening I headed back to the hostel from which I was refused as it gets ...
... and move the flights back by a few hours and pay the difference. Stupid public holiday messing with my perfectly laid out plans. We wake up for our tour and it's bucketing with rain. Neither of us really wants to do it in bad weather, so we reschedule for the following day. Which turns out to be much better. The tour is basically a 1hr boat ride right up the guts of the river and effectively into the falls. We get saturated, but it's absolutely phenomenal. The sheer force and ...
... our waitress got fed up and just left us a whole fresh bottle. 2 free bottles of wine cheered jenny up a bit more. There were a few more things they needed to finish the video so after lunh we got back in the van and drove down to the polo fields of the winery. Maarten and jenny got their moment, when they got hooked up to microphones and got interviewed walking around the vineyards and in the meantime i snapped some photos of the mountains and vineyards nearby. We met up with the ...
... ever seen in my life were cooked on an open fire and tasted incredible- oh and ofcourse served with red wine in true Argentinian style. The night ended with us all gathered around the fire with Diego playing his guitar and singing to us. It was a great way to get to know the rest of the house and a lovely first outing together! ...
... where I tripped on my shoelaces and took a dive on the gravel. Both of my knees and the palms of my hands are pretty ripped up.
That night, the hostel hosted an asado (Argentinian barbeque). It was the best meal I've had here yet. We started out with wine (which was offered for free every night), meat empanadas, and salad. In itself that was a wonderful meal, but after that then the meat came out. We each got a chorizo ...