Lares de Chacras
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... their wine tasting. Wanting the explore the area a little bit more, and in search of a more scenic route we decided to take one of the small roads that we could see indicted in the map. This turned out not to be the best choice ever. It was a gravel/un-tarred road, and was a bit hard to cycle on whilst not being particularly scenic. So first chance we got we headed back to the main road until we reached the turn for Trapiche winery. ...
... peace, the triumph, and possibly most of all, the cold. It truly was an unforgettable place and soon we hope to return. More recently we have enjoyed a calm, restful week on the farm, becoming better friends with the dogs, learning about the horticulture, and constantly searching for chicken eggs. Another highlight this week was two trips to the local school to attend english class and spend time with the kids. The English teacher, Señora Paula was ...
... that's the only right way to travel.. Or is it.? Okay, the whole being relaxed and chilled about things have been working fine to some point. Other travellers still saying, I should learn not to book a hostel a head. Just show up in a city and have a look around. I come to the conclusion that I will never fit in to that box. If being careless gives me more stress and anxiety, clearly there is nothing wrong with just a little planning. I like to have options. ...
... many growers can only afford to protect their very best vines ... and cross their fingers with the rest. There is also concern the netting intereferes with sun exposure leading to fungus in the vines and overall quality. Bottom line- no easy answers.
Anyway, very different than challenges faced by growers in California and interesting stuff for wine geeks. But enough with the netting, off to try another malbec!
... making the most of the pool in the 30 degree heat before heading to the Christmas Eve 'All you can eat and drink' BBQ. We spent the night chatting away and swapping travelling stories with various Aussie couples and after our fair share of the local Melbec we danced our way into Christmas.
Christmas morning felt a little strange for us both being away from home, the wine hangovers in our tiny, boiling hot pool room didn't help! We spent our morning ...