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... of what would be about $8 US dollars, he has a hard time making enough money to send them all to school. For a country that has 50% unemployment that means that 50% of the population will not be able to send their kids to school at all and that a good portion of the other 50% will struggle to find the money to pay this fee. I also read that the recent government has been filled with corruption. All these hardships would harden anybody, not ...
... our blowers, singing and getting a few beeps from cars passing us! We arrived at trapiche... But 45 minutes to late because it had closed at 4pm so we headed to the next best thing... The beer garden!! We drank more wine... Ate crisps and salad and then cycled like we've never cycled before back to Mr Hugo's before he shut up shop! We got there in the nick of time and he gave me 2 bottles of red for my birthday... 3 free bottles in 1 day... Not bad at ...
They even hold concerts down there as the accoustics are so good-there was a piano in the corner too.
After tasting a few wines in the cellar, we moved back up into the daylight and the restaurant for a late lunch. And what a lunch!
A starter of salad, beef empanadas, then beautifully cooked and season tender beef de lomo with potato wedges and mashrooms. For dessert we had blueberry muffins with raspberry sorbet.
This was ( of course) accompanied by ...
... marvel at the myriad of colours in the rocks.
Mendoza was to be our first stop in this amazing country and was home to the best hostel we have stayed in on our entire trip. Free wine each evening (you can tell why I liked it) and free activities each night, it was the perfect place to ease ourselves in and get a sense of the country before ...
... at a completely different stopover – a wine farm called Vina Chillan not far from the town of Chillan. We had seen it listed in the little leaflet we had picked up earlier and not knowing what to expect drove off the main road and down their gravel drive with vineyards stretching in all directions. The vines were of course largely devoid of grapes at this time of year but their leaves were turning through a glorious rainbow of russet colours and with the impressive farm house ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking