Solaz de los Andes - Apart & Suites
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... the wine, how the process is different for the different types of wine and at the end there is always the best part the tasting. At each place we get at least two or three samples. At the last one we must have had five, including communion wine, which is sweetest of all of them. So by the end of the trip everyone on the bus is a bit drunk and in good spirits. Femi it seems starts to fancy becoming a winemaker and starts to plot of how we could open a winery in Czech. ...
... with some very nice wine tastings. We then cycled for a while to another vineyard to have lunch and more wine before we had to get the bikes back and get on the bus back to Mendoza. We had a great day on the bikes despite the heat but it still didnīt compare to some of the wine tours we have previously been on in Australia. But at least we tried it!
Next day we had a quiet day to update our blogs! and to make future plans for the rest of our travels.
Next stop, ...
... the airport.
I arrived at the terminal about 10 minutes before departure. Enough time you'd think.
Well, not if you haven't printed your bus ticket. The companies here don't care that you accidentally forgot your pocket printer and weren't able to print.
So I ran back inside to the office, the man very annoyed printed my ticket, scanned my passport, charged me way too much money and pointed at his watch that I need to hurry up.
Ran back outside, checked in my ...
... back at the photos now they look more like ponies than horses. Still, I really loved it. I gave my horse a good pat every now and then telling him much I loved him. After a pat it would bend its neck and stare it's eyeball at mine and I could hear his inner voice saying don't touch me you kent. The four from France were having a great time living and working here. An old man i presume the owner cooked for us all and the girls started a fire and ...
... and the friendly owner Marcelo gives us a warm Argentinian welcome followed by Champagne in the room for our honeymoon (nearly eight months in and we're still promoting it!). Marcelo, who is most keen to show us his dogs tricks (which were very impressive) turns out to be quite a character. His English isn't great but we learn to listen out for the odd English word that he intertwines with the Spanish to get the gist of what he is saying. He directs us to ...