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... which is Torrente: a white wine which is fairly
dry. We had a salesperson who spoke only Spanish but we managed to get a
tasting. Lucky this was the case as the glass was ¾ full and we both felt the
effects as we left the museum. We decided to visit the ice cream parlour that
serves the local wines as an ice cream flavour but this shop was shut so
fortunately in the town plaza there was another one. We ordered the Torrente
... is a change!
Headed out to the goat farm, 1.5km out of town and joined a tour just started. Unfortunately a very commercial operation, with dirt pens crammed with not the happiest specimens, especially the poor little newborn kids, particularly the ones the mother had shat on. Would have liked to see them roaming free range, though their diet was interesting mix already, including dry grape skins leftover from wine production.
Couldn’t taste any effects in ...
... formerly of Inca origin,the people are darker skinned and their facial bone structure is more rounded and square,the mood is different too,the people walk with a heavier burden on their shoulders as opposed to the more confident upbeat step of Buenos Aries,this far up North there is a perception that they are last on the list of the Governments tax spend and the graffiti is full of anti government rhetoric.
It is very difficult to talk about Argentina ...
Driving in you get the most amazing views of vineyards with rugged hills as a backdrop and beautiful winery entrance ways along the road. We camped for 3 nights, a pretty standard camping ground without any grass but did have hot showers. Because we weren't able to do the ruins we decided to spend our day visiting wineries. First stop El Esteco, which specialises in beautiful sparkling wine. We sat around refurbished oak barrels, in a ...
... e ce ne andiamo in direzione di Salta, la cittą pił grande della regione che dista poche ore da qui.
Santa Claus has arrived here too; it took a while for him to find this place, after all it's not around the corner: without the sleigh and reindeer it's a fifteen-hours bus ride from Mendoza to Tucuman, and then another six hours on another bus up a steep road that climbs the Andes up to over 3000 meters. In the midst of which our bus decided to stop working for no ...
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