Hotel Los Molles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Mendoza before nighttime had hit. With a bit of beeping and swearing we managed to navigate its busy streets and unfathomable roundabout system and make it to our campsite on the edge of town.
Spent next day planning, sorting out the bikes and resting after a lot of driving and the trauma of Ostrich Gate. On the Monday we left the van and visited Mendoza by bus. Naively, we just jumped on the bus expecting to pay like everywhere else we'd visited. But Mendoza is big ...
... are the bridges which are mage out of volcanic stone. We found one long collapsed and a new wooden "bridge" in place. This was incredibly hotch-potch and had some dodgy repair work done on it. Still it seemed firm and we made our way across. Further on still, a stream crossed the road and it was very bumpy. It's dry here now but one can only imagine it would be a challenge in winter when the water is high.
There were ...
... across a herd of goats. Around here many farnsteads have the sign "Vende Chivo" - i.e. they sell goat kid, but also we saw one today selling llama kid.
We passed Los Molles, a small hamlet where there is quite a bit of accommodation, especially cabanas. We're glad we didn't stay here as there were no shops or anything.
Having reached Las Lenas we were surprised. We were expecting something like in the Alps with little shops, ...
... shopping around.
Spent most of the day finding out I couldn't do anything or go anywhere given the limitations of public transport and the unavailability of tours, despite being high season!
Did manage to make it feel smoother temporarily, once I opened a bottle of San Rafael wine, a nice 2012 Merlot Syrah for Ģ2. But then I tried to visit some of the in town tourist attractions – don’t bother – just a colonial building ...
After 12 days I had my stitches removed. Please note if you have a choice to get injured in Chile or Argentina choose Argentina cost me $350US for Stitches and XRays in Chile and $20US in Argentina to get removed. South America has left itīs mark on me with a natural rock made tattoo on ...