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... complex preparations that we can't hope to recreate -- just great products minimally "processed".
€125 Tasting Menu (We'd hide that number to protect Kevin, but know he'd just look it up anyways)
[Note -- we ranked them by tier -- Tier 1 is OMG, etc. Tier 2 is very good, Tier 3 is good, but not worth the...]
Starting from the first course and going in order:
Goat's milk butter: Tier 1, topped with volcanic salt, ...
... and wanted to get out. I decided to stick it out and squeeze my way through the mosh pit. As we made our way to the second floor I spotted our group and after some forceful pushing and shoving to get through, we made it to them. The atmosphere in this place was uncomfortable and I could tell other people weren't enjoying it either. Before we knew it ...
... but 95% pushed by what I am assuming are grandparents. I like this inter-generational approach to 'family'.
- Morning tea (small cup to-go) cost 1.3euro. Bottle of not bad wine was 1.9euro.
- Many women (from 20 - 80yrs) have almost bubblegum coloured hair (streaks or full-on).
- People do not make eye contact when walking .
- We have seen protests, graffiti, markings in the sand and vandalism. It has been suggested this may ...
... town. Well Tom Tom took us down some really tiny tracks, until eventually down a dirt track we found the campsite. All closed up with some Spanish sign on the gate and a bell to ring. After pushing the bell out came Manuel who spoke no English, but we managed to secure a space for the night. We had a walk around and felt very much the only people there until a little ...
... this hostel was Argentinian. These three Argentinians, were young guys who were looking to have a change of atmosphere from the Argentinian life. I very much enjoyed my conversations with them, as I've been to Argentina before and because I was practically the only tenant who could speak Spanish in the hostel, I managed to helped them with their English during my stay and they were very eager to learn. The hostel itself wasn't such a nice place, it was a big house with not ...