Lares de Chacras
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Our re-entry to civilization...two days of wine tasting in Mendoza, a region best known for Malbec. It lies close along the Andes, offering spectacular views of the mountains around every turn. The climate is surprisingly desert like with 300 days of sunshine a year. Renu was strongly reminded of life in Delhi with the ashy air, dusty roadsides and …
... club and had a dance before heading back home at sunrise.
Everyone was keen to head back to the wineries for the day but it turned out that they were closed on the Sunday. This wasn't such a bad thing as I got to watch Chelsea v Man Utd in town before also catching the big Argentinian derby (Boca Juniors v River Plate). Afterwards I got a relaxed evening in ahead of an early morning bus trip into ...
... winery in the Maipu region where we would then bike from. I was so excited that I ended up forgetting the camera at the hostel (dumbass!) but thankfully some very friendly Israeli's overheard the cursing under my breath and offered to take some pictures of us (I'm still waiting for them). Our first winery was probably the most interesting of the lot. An "organic" wine farm which has basically dug small canals in between the vines where they literally flood the ...
... in the cool shade of a wooden frame covered in creeping plants. In front of us was a large kidney shaped reservoir, the mirrored surface being cut by the silently gliding bows of loads of rowing boats. Coxless pairs, fours, single sculls, everything ranging from 10 year olds in learner boats to some pretty impressive professional looking guys. It was a really enjoyable hour or so we spent just watching the world row by!
We'd heard so many good things about doing ...
... a half from home, in the quiet little neighborhood where I've been living for the last two weeks without incident, when all of a sudden someone grabbed my right arm and whirled me around. I looked to my right to see three men on motos pulling up to watch as their friend pushed and pulled at me. I screamed. Oh so loud. And I wriggled. And he hit me across the face. But that only shut me up for a moment. I kept screaming. I kept fighting. I don't remember thinking. I don't remember much ...
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