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We took the overnight bus from Buenos Aires to Mendoza on Sunday 5th and arrived in Mendoza at around midday the next day. Bus transport in Argentina is hugely popular (mainly because they have ripped up all the railways that Mike's great-grandfather had helped to build across the country) and the bus stations are as big and as confusing …
... This is one of the reasons why constructing a proper railway to transport goods is on the agenda,a train would make transporting goods far more pollution friendly and economical,as I say the drawings are on the board but whether they will advance beyond that is any-ones guess.
It has been a long long time since I have heard the chatter of English voices.At breakfast this morning whilst crunching cornflakes from a bowl which is more like a small plate,an anomaly ...
... who does not drive a cab, I didn't question it. And when his brother pulled a crowbar and a rope out of the trunk of his car, I calmly started picking out titles for the Lifetime movie that would be based on my kidnapping story.
But then a curious thing happened, the two men began tying the cars together with the rope. Before I could figure out what was happening, a cab full of five people was being towed with a single rope for seven blocks to the nearest gas ...
... trooping around the city getting all sorts of looks in the pouring rain. We made it in time for a ceremony in the Cathedral which just reminds you how religious South America really is. No matter what economic state a country is in, their religion always seems to come first and this is proven by the decor inside the Cathedrals and churches.
Salta was our first experience of a proper Argentinian BBQ, ...
Mendoza is a lovely town, it’s in the region of Mendoza too,
which is where 70% of all Argentinian wine is produced – we are doing our bit
to keep them in business! They mostly make Melbec, it is the national wine of
Argentina, and in most restaurants it is the only red wine you are offered.
They also produce some Cabernet Sauvignon, and some C******nay whites, but it’s
more of an incidental to the Melbec. I wouldn’t say ...