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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... last year. Then went out but was short on time, wanted to go to veggie place to have nice healthy food and juice but they were closed. Then went to find aerolineas office but also closed! Damn Sundays! Wandered around not really knowing what I fancied eating. Saw English couple that were in hostel in bariloche. Then went in random cafe just off square and had empanadas ...
... practically starving ourselves all day, we couldn't resist a McDonald's we stumbled across prior to taking a taxi to our recommended hostel, Loki, 40 minutes outside of town. Situated on a ranch in the middle of nowhere, we were greeted by a very friendly Irish guy, Shane, at reception who explained the various elements of the hostel including the huge 24 hour bar and 5 hours of happy hour available.
Being in the middle of ...
... red wine. I managed to learn how to trot quite well but still needed the help of the gaucho (cowboy) to gallop....at least the views of the Andes were amazing! Now we are in the town of Cafayate, a small town famous for the white wine Torrentes. On our drive here we stopped at some rock formations that looked a whole lot like the Grand Canyon called the Devil’s Throat and the Amphitheatre, we also passť a rock that is called the toad...if you see the photo you’ll know ...
... by UNESCO.En route we would be stopping at various little towns and of course the chosen restaurant as is the case with all these tours,which are usually bloody awful.
I am not a “rock-hound” and my closest encounter with geology was in high school where I seem to remember that the defining thing about rocks were that they were always umpteen million years old,but ask me to name a rock, you would be looking at a completely blank face. I can ...
... you can take a taxi if kidnapping doesn't worry you) which consists of a bridge between the 2 countries where the immigration offices are disorganised, lazy and just generally unreliable all round and the crossing can take up to 6 hrs. Oh joy. Will let you know how I survive that one!
Tomorrow is a day trip to Cachi, Butch Sundance and Cassidy territory, 7am to 7pm so that will keep us out of mischief.
Ciao for now.