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Travel Blogs from Mendoza
... very pleasant and polite but I felt like shaking some life and some sense of youth into him,he did not smile once in the trip,not because he was not pleasant but probably because he was French.
It was evident however that I could count on the boisterous and happy Brazilians to provide some entertainment on the way,a group of about 6 friends in their 40s,couples,who were laughing,clapping and cheering at every site that we passed,they truly have as a nation a ...
... We arrived at Mendoza at 8am and were quickly ready to go, and in keeping with the active theme, did a cycling tour of the wineries around Mendoza in 30 degree heat, which was fun and a bit hazy (hence the lack of pics) at the same time.
We completed our time in Argentina in style in the evening with a bottle of our favourite Malbec and a steak before a bus the next day over the Andes to Santiago.
Next up an early morning flight to Bogota in Colombia.
... capital though because of all the trouble and hooliganism it causes between the biggest rival fans. The match is played a week before the season starts for the super clásico trophy between these two teams each time. We had tickets in the River Plate section but not behind the goal aw this area was standing only and the middle section is reserved for the River Plate hooligans. The same also happens in the other end with the Boca hooligans too, and apparently ...
... truck is failing and should have turned up in Santiago when we there but
didn’t, so the thin air at this altitude means she struggles a bit on these
steep hill, we caused quite a backlog of traffic! Emma is leaving us in Mendoza
in Argentina tonight to get the bus back to Santiago to try to wait for the
part, which doesn’t sound much fun.
Bit delayed at the border, so a great opportunity for a
group game of cricket – ...
... It had a lazy river around the outside, and numerous pools dotted around the place lined with smooth rocks as boulders. We had a lovely lazy day, sunbathing (me with factor 50 on!) and having a swim or laze in a warm shallow pool. It was just amazing and felt so surreal to be swimming, in the mountains! Beautiful. This is what travelling is ...