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... missed forest fires and a missed volcanic erruption.
So we quickly changed our plans and decided to take a bus to Mendoza, back in Argentina, to travel up North on the Argentine side and try cross into the Chilean desert from there. Livia and Ale were supposed to drop us off at the local bus station at 7.30 am, however little Benjamin decided to throw a temper tantrum that night and gave his parents about 2 hours of sleep. As ...
... didn’t fancy it for £4 return and not that remarkable a view anyway. By 5pm the cathedral and a couple of old convents were open for a quick gander, than retired to the hostel garden to finally sample a Salta beer, the Negra of course.
Cooked up some gnocchi, finished the last of my lovely Domingo Molino cab sav/malbec blend and when the other guests went to bed at about 10.30, finally enjoyed an early night.
... who LOVED Teri. Took her all over the restaurant taking pictures of her with her camera and we had a great lunch of quinoa tabouli and the local drink special, Fernet and coke. Fernet is basically jägermeister. Teri hated it so I had to drink hers too. The sacrifices I make for that woman. The famous part if salta is the town square and Lupitas is on a scrappy little square which we thought was ...
Salta, the 8th largest city in Argentina, located in the Lerma Valley, at 3780 feet above sea level and our last stop before Chile. We spent 3 nights there (in a hotel). We arrived late afternoon, settled in and went out for a yummy meal. In Argentina they eat really late, dinner for them is between 9pm and midnight. The restaurants are usually busy by 10pm. As part of your service charge they always give you bread and ...
... were so well trained that I don't think we had to know to much to survive. The ride took us across the farmland and along some of the adjoining roads where we had a chance to gallop and the horses seem to know when to go and stop. It was good fun but unfortunately I started getting really itchy and had to be taken back before the end of the ride as I had an allergic reaction to the horse. Pretty embarrassing for ...