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... which is Torrente: a white wine which is fairly
dry. We had a salesperson who spoke only Spanish but we managed to get a
tasting. Lucky this was the case as the glass was ¾ full and we both felt the
effects as we left the museum. We decided to visit the ice cream parlour that
serves the local wines as an ice cream flavour but this shop was shut so
fortunately in the town plaza there was another one. We ordered the Torrente
... is a change!
Headed out to the goat farm, 1.5km out of town and joined a tour just started. Unfortunately a very commercial operation, with dirt pens crammed with not the happiest specimens, especially the poor little newborn kids, particularly the ones the mother had shat on. Would have liked to see them roaming free range, though their diet was interesting mix already, including dry grape skins leftover from wine production.
Couldn’t taste any effects in ...
Unfortunately our time had to come to an end in Cafayate and we are on our way to join our friends, Vicki and Kerrie that we met in Puerto Natales in Salta. We got on an early morning bus and while driving out of town remembered we had left our goats cheese and Chris's soap dish at the hostel. Bummer! It wasn't long until we were in Salta and once we had said hello to the girls and settled into the hostel we found out the border crossing from here to ...
... a litre of local beer. All at the outrageous price of £4! While chatting to Chato (see what I've done there?) on our first night he happened to mention that there was a pretty special golf course in town. They were trying to fly in Tiger Woods in a couple of weeks to check it out as they're fighting to get it on the US PGA Tour circuit. Having heard all that made it almost rude not to go and play it. So I did. It certainly was a great course, ...
... Cachi to Cafayate. It was gorgeous, like the moon valley in San Pedro de Atacama, only nicer and with less people. So that 4 hour drive ended up being about 5 with all the photo stops!
We finally arrived in Cafayate (which is pronounced Cafashaatay by the Argentines by the way) to a really lovely hostel called Rusty-K. Our original plan had been to drive back up to Salta the next day (on a different road, route 68) and keep driving up ...