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... a Huarpe word meaning 'sandy earth'. It is - like parts of Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, California, Peru, Bolivia and northern Argentina - a desert landscape. We really didn't know that there was so much desert knocking around, or that we'd be going through all of it. At 703 metres in elevation, it's the lowest we've been in South America since the day we left Lima, and losing 3,000 metres from the altiplano means it's unbelievably hot - it was 38 degrees celcius ...
... decided it would be a good idea to cut my hair which I agreed to... kind of. In the evening we enjoyed Asado which is a variation of meats that are cooked on the barbecue. Although we were told the by the hostel it was $120 Peso's for meat, empanadas and ice cream we soon found out the ice cream was only a choc ice which we weren't too impressed with but oh ...
... differs from making a non-sparkling wine. The carbon dioxide released by the grapes during the maturation process is released from the tank through vents in non-sparkling production but retained in the tanks in the manufacture of sparkling wine. He also told us how to recognise a decent glass of sparkling wine (even if it is only an entry level wine). The bubbles should be small & should be linear in their appearance to the surface of the wine. We were treated to ...
... knowing how many calories a cycle tourist goes through per day.She was a lovely woman and I thought tremendously courageous,she was living her dream.I took a photo of her and we swapped email as you do,though I doubt I will hear from her again but no matter good luck to her!
The horn of the minibus was blaring to call me back as I had lost track of time talking to Angelie,we said our goodbyes and last I saw of her was pedaling up the mountain pass in the ...
... of my friend Marketka..so i gave him postcard and a pressie from here and sat outside where i was joined by a tall,nice and friendly guy..we spoke spanish..and after we switched to english.Auzzie guy travelling in S.America,salsa and bachata dancer..talking of it,he said something like "i would have to show you..."and i went for it..ok..let's dance.so we put on music from his phone and danced bachata..never danced it before:-)and salsa..he was pretty good leader.he also had ...