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... boiling from the inside. It was freaky hot as the sun beamed on the sky, but as I said, the view clearly made up for it. At this point My head is like a storage facility of stories, and experiences changed amongst all the travellers I met along the way. Not all of it make sence yet, and I am trying out different things. But I do recall, how I am trying to embrace the laid back life of travelling like you have no care in the world. Just take things as they ...
... staying in a decent hotel. After a quick shower I headed out for some lunch and hot footed it back to the hotel to relax by the rooftop pool!! I had been looking forward to visiting Argentina and Mendoza in particular as a city famous for being surrounded by quality wineries. So I did what any sane person would do and booked myself on to a wine tour, a bike wine tour to be exact. The next day was a perfect day for a bike ride ...
To start with wine tasting in Chile and Argentina is not as easy as in the US. You have to make prior reservations for a tour and tasting which costs anywhere from $10 to $80 (we said no to that one!). And reservations can be very...no extremely ... difficult to obtain, especially at smaller boutique wineries (we'll spare the details for now). But after hours of time on the phone and email, we got ...
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We awoke on the bus and did not arrive in Mendoza until 4:10pm so it was a long journey. The only exciting thing to happen on the bus was that they played Toy Story 3 in Spanish. So when Buzz gets set to Spanish mode, it was in Spanish. The joke did not work.
On arrival in Mendoza we got ourselves sorted and then went for a yummy dinner of steak with blue cheese, black pudding and a bottle of malbec. Mendoza is much nicer and more relaxed ...