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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 …
... Let’s see tomorrow…
Third magic day in a row: “beauty can make you very tired cause you can’t stop watching and enjoying it”. To celebrate this we (people from all the 3 days) went out for some drinks and some stories about life, women, Mendoza with its 300 days of sun in a year and almost no rain, wine and other stuff that make you feel part of this wonderful world.
Good night Mendoza and good night travellers.
Tomorrow Santiago del ...
... venue and we arrived 20 minutes late, however, the lady at reception was calming and gave us our wraps and exfoliating gloves and we were on our way.
Fortunately for us, we had the six-stage hamam treatment room to ourselves which was incredibly peaceful. We moved through the stages which included an incredibly hot steam room, the door said 55degC but I don't think it was that hot. The last stage was to lay on a hot marble rock which prepares ...
... 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, ...
... to his house and opened the toilet door. At least, he tried, because blocking this door was an enormous bear of a dog. After a struggle to move the lazy dog who had no intention of going anywhere, it finally submitted and slunk off outside. Gratefully, I dashed to the loo and with a sigh of relief *ahem*... Well, you know. At a this point the dog decided to come back in and stand face-to-face with me while the world fell out of my bum. Just to make the experience ...