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... and wine was the best idea. Liz volunteered for cooking duties and was stopped by everyone in the hostel remarking how big the steak was, we tried not to tell them it was in fact only for one person as Liz is (still) a vegetarian.
Timing wise we knew we should be leaving Mendoza soon as we had a lot of things still to see and time is running out. We had heard on the grapevine though that the border back to Santiago, where we planned to go, was closed. Apparently this ...
We slept in until the afternoon and while me and Gilly went for food, Dawn French lay in bed feeling sorry for himself once again. When we came back to the room I got a watsapp off Ronan McNamara and Cormac Ryan asking to Skype. We probably spent 2 mins asking each other how everything was and then spent the other twenty slagging each other about pulling, having no hair and whose holiday was better. It was great to talk them and see ...
... tailed cat. Our observer’s trouble was that he was watching it through a narrow slit, and couldn’t see the whole cat at once.
The narrow slit in the fence is much like the way in which we look at life by conscious attention, for when we attend to something we ignore everything else. Attention is narrowed perception. It is a way of looking at life bit by bit, using memory to string the bits together–as when examining a ...
... clay, which is generally better for agriculture.
But growing wine grapes is different, and vines tend to produce better quality grapes when they grow in poor conditions and are stressed ... the plants put more energy into fruits for survival as producing vegetation becomes more difficult. That's not to say that vines in good quality soil make worse wine, but it has ...
... to make our way into town. The walk from the campsite took an hour and a half, but we were glad to stroll in the sun, away from the positively chilly campsite, where the super shady sites made it so cold we were wearing all our cold weather gear just to keep warm. Mendoza is not quite the charming colonial town you imagine. Our walk took us past an extensive gated community, through a 60's University campus and then across the long barrios surrounding the ...