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... off to the mountain road outside to get some fresh air. Slogging up the hill I saw a bicycle with a person dressed in green approaching.I had seen this cycle tourer earlier on the way up and now the bike had finally caught up with us. I ran across the road as I saw the cyclist taking a rest.
“Do you speak English?” I asked
“Yes,I do,a little” she replied in a heavy French accent.
We started talking as I was keen to get to ...
... to kill some time in the afternoon. We cooked ourselves dinner that night and helped ourselves to more of the hostels free wine. Yet another day drinking.
Our bus to BA was at 6pm on our 4th day so we had another walk around the city, went to a free Picasso exhibit, then had subway for lunch. After that we just relaxed at the hostel until it was time to go. Cama suite was awesome. Champagne, wine, ok food, and a flat bed to sleep ...
... su una griglia per un altro succulento asado. Brinderemo comunque alla loro salute con un bicchiere di ottimo Malbec.
We walk the streets of Mendoza with our pockets full of cash as two novice gangsters in search of an offer we cannot refuse. We wander around, cautious and suspicious, with a touch of excitement: the kind of excitement that teenagers who are about to do something forbidden have. Although in the end it seems to be not so much of ...
... a football match: he'll say he's organised it but actually he doesn't have a pitch, a ball, any other players, or any idea how to get anywhere where you can play
... Day 48
Yesterdays red wine was free but it certainly came at a price. Travelling is difficult at the best of times but with a stinking hangover its made even harder. After 4 absolutely unforgettable days it was time to leave Mendoza. At 1pm we boarded our bus ready for the 6 hour trip to Santiago back through the mountains we'd driven through on Friday. The Chilean border greeted us with an enormous queue, the ...