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Today we decided to make the most of Mendoza's vineyards and hire bikes to get to and from them. We got the bus to another bike hire shop, this time in an area called Maipu and unfortunately the tandem bike was broken so we had to settle for the usual rickety single bikes. We went to two vineyards this time and one of them was the oldest in Argentina and was established in 1869 called Antigua Bodega. After a few tasters we decided to finish the day off with a visit to a beer garden that ...
... had checked in!)
The next day we were booked in to a white water rafting tour with Argentinian Tours (recommended) up in the Mendoza mountain side – they advertised the tour as grade 3-4 rapids but on this day it was more like grade 2-3 rapids, still a decent buzz. After a few happy snaps and traditional raising of the paddles we sojourned back to their HQ for barbecued ribs (a special treat as it was also Mother’s Day in Argentina) and a ...
... The BBQ was different from what I expected. First of all the salad ran out very early and I didn't get any. The meat was okay, but a tiny bit too salty. For the free tequila shots, well, they where different as well. I kinda expected it to be at the table during BBQ, but it was more like an after-dinner-lean-over-the-counter-and- open-your-mouth-so-I-can-pour-the-shot- straight-from-the-bottle thingy.
We each had a shot and then left, as it was already late. The BBQ was supposed ...
... night. The small shop didn't sell memory card and the lady said we can only get in the Centro. Romain said he briefly saw a shop with the sign "Tarjeta de Memoire" on the way to the park not far away so we back tracked the bus route and found the shop, less than 10mins walk away. The 8 GB micro SD with adapter cost only 98 pesos (8USD) and 4 GB for 90 pesos so we bought the 8 Gb. The owner was still in the midst of making another signboard ...
... besides their names.
Well the wine tour was a great experience, left us both a little tipsy, Kim a lot more then me which was a change from Australia’s wine celebration. The more in-depth info was great and we had an awesome time for sure, now to just figure out what to do with all this wine…
The next day we opted for something a little bit more relaxing. We decided to try out the Terma Cacheuta Spa just a short drive ...