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... tequila. I got home at 6am then got up at 8am for a wine and bicycle tour. True story. After vomiting up the best wine in the world after our first stop I knew there would be testing times ahead. Pride prevented me from throwing my bike in the back of the trailer and sleeping between the next three vineyards. I wasn't in that bad a shape. The views were great, the exercise much needed, the wine delicious. I had a great day and was still ****** from the night before. Mum would be ...
... the 4th bus in the queue. Whole system worked incredibly effectively with the whole bus queuing up together in front of a little kiosk where both the Chilean and Argentinian border officers were sitting together. It was literally get a stamp to leave Chile, take a step to the right and get a new stamp to enter Argentina.
Then we ...
... girls. Our last night passed with too much wine once again and too soon it was time to leave. Sad goodbyes to Phillip the kitten and we are now back once again in Mendoza city.
We just had time to go out for dinner. It's always interesting to see what people are going to try and sell you when you sit on a table outside and tonight didn't disappoint - we were offered tasers and a blood pressure check. An unusual combination.
Beccie and Andy ...
... meat, in addition to the wine. Nina has nevertheless enjoyed a vegetarian version, so to speak, very kindly offered by the hostel owner.
To escape the heat we took a trip to the themal town of Cacheuta: after a trip of an hour through a spectacular Andean landscape, we arrived in a small village surrounded by strange mountains without trees and we soaked in one of the many pools that form this oasis. Not even an hour later it started to rain and we had to ...
... of crystal fame). It is a massive producer and once again it was interesting to try the wines but this time the guide gave us some at each stage of production, from the rougher early plonk to the full bodied finished product. We were also given a glass of their sparkling wine at the start and that went down very well.
On the way to the wineries we could see field after field of white flowers at each side ...