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... a child. It also smells like roses: white roses. Beautiful.
It is a big vineyard, 250 acres and they grow 12 varieties of grapes: We tried two of their Reservas: a Cabernet and a Carmenere both very nicely balanced. The food and service at the vineyard are also very good, but best of all was the garden, although we did not appreciate the dead tarantula on the grounds when ...
... Hernan told me that I was the only one that Maribel has ever talked to and it must be because I am so nice. Which also didn't hurt my self esteem. Also, Maribel taught me how to make pebre, their salsa and pan amasado, which is like homemade thick rolls that are delicious, which made me incredibly happy because that was on my list of things to do here.
Now I'm sitting here drinking a glass of wine, after having a wonderful meal of oatmeal squares cereal ...
... the iconic wines cellar where bottles of every grape and vintage are kept under lock and key. In the afternoon we visited the Montes vineyard. We wanted to see what a mass producer looked like and this was the epitome. Where Casa Silva is personal, traditional, understated and sophisticated; Montes vineyard is brash, industrial, new, and un-apologetically commercial. Set in stunning countryside, bordered by snow capped Andes, the ...
... beyond them. Later on there was another national park called Llanos de Challe and it was filled with blooming desert plants and cacti.
We stopped briefly at a kelp gathering community. There was an eerie sea mist rolling in and burning off almost as soon as it passed above the land leaving us alternately in white fog and under beating sun and blue skies. The surf all along this coast has been absolutely huge. ...
... the whistling man on his bike waiting for me in front. As soon as he figured I knew where I was going, he took off whistling.
Santa Cruz is not much of a town. And even worse, it suffered a mighty blow in the February 2010 earthquake. Many homes are still badly damaged and/or abandoned. Restaurants on the map (yes, there is a map, lots of good it does) are simple a pile of rubble – literally. The main square – ...
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