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... the opportunity to partake in the main activity of renting bikes whilst visiting the wineries in the countryside. We took a public bus for an hour to a recommended bike rental place and with the local map in hand, we set off to our first winery where we enjoyed tasting some of the finest red and white wines on offer and purchased a bottle of malbec before receiving a tour of the wine making process and cycling to the next venue, a wine shop. After another 4 ...
... insoutenable. Il doit faire 35 degrés et il est impossible de rester au soleil. Tous est fermé et pas un chat ne se promène. Nous nous posons dans un parc en écoutant de la musique et Aurélie lit. Le soir nous nous payons une gâterie. Nous sommes encore déçus par la pizza ... Nous aurions dû garder notre argent! Le lendemain je ne me sens pas bien du tout. Après un déjeuner light nous voilà en direction du parc ...
... was a lot if that because we sampled 21 glasses in total - there was a different activity at each winery: visiting a vineyard, food/wine pairing, lunch, smell tests and making our own bottle.
It was a sunny day and the group was friendly and intimate, we had a great time. And much like our Tuscan trip, the experience has reinvigored our taste for red wine.
Goodbye Argentina. Don't cry for us! Next stop... Santiago!
... the river was no where near as high as it can get but still had some decent rapids so was absolutely perfect for us beginners. We were absolutely frozen by the end but it was so worth it, the warm shower and large beer after definitely helped warm us up again though! The rugby was that afternoon and there were a fair few people heading down from the hostel which was a good laugh, unfortunately someone (me) thought it only looked like a 15 minute or so walk to the stadium on the map ...
... and then watched the Argentina game with Vale at her cousins house. It was the semi final game which would qualify Argentina for the final if they won, and they did! The city went crazy and we headed to kilometer zero (as the locals call it), which is one of the main intersections in the city. The whole city went crazy when they won. The intersation was packed with people chanting a celebrating and cars honking their horns. I have never seen anything like it. Afterwards ...