Lares de Chacras
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- Tennis Court
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... up and around billowing metallic curtains, and women swimming on a transparent ceiling above us. Super entertaining and very cleverly put together. Our biggest undoing is the sensational bakery across the road from our apartment. Which we frequent everyday. And I'm sure I put on a few kilos in the six days we're there... We wanted to watch the Argentina quarter-final in a massive FanFest park, but it was rained out. So we watched it from home instead. Argentina make it ...
... After being promised this by Colin and Michelle in BA, I was really looking forward to getting back on a horse...hoping it would be a better experience than the first time when I went with work colleagues for a team trip!
And it was brilliant! The guide looked at us all, and allocated horses. I had a horse called pantheon. He was a young horse, liked to ride fast, reliable in temperament (but had slight loco tendencies) and had FOMO (fear ...
... or like I was going to fall in. Our final challenge was keeping the boat in a small whirlpool, so that the boat would rock back and forth. This proved to be the most fun, as the boat rocked back and forth, filled with water and flung us all over the place, and we floated out of this section laughing hard. Before we knew it the rafting was over, and we were filling our stomachs with the another asado lunch included in this tour.
Mendoza, you were good to ...
... picture with them. No, thank you, I want to dance with you, not being photographed. What for? But we did stop and see, everything happening around us. Since we all kind of had a same feel we turned into a little street where we found a little gem, hidden restaurant, reasonably priced with a local singer who was playing guitar and just sang. How simply touching. Only very few of us, sharing this special moment.
La Cathedral, Tuesday night. The hostel receptionist, ...
... up what would otherwise have been a full day on a bus, we arrived albeit via a 10 hour "night bus" to the majestic wine region of Mendoza! A town spread out after being rebuilt following a huge earthquake a couple of hundred years ago, this town gives you a very relaxed feel and vibe. You essentially have no choice but to start taking afternoon sleeps because that's what the town does with them still taking siestas and shutting down from ...