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... kinds of ale such as chocolate flavoured which was strangely quite refreshing on a hot day. As we had a bit of Argentinian money left over we needed to spend it fast- half a kilo of ice cream it was and wasn't it good! Banana split, cookies and white choc ice cream was squashed into a cool box tub with smarties and Oreos as a topping lasting us back to Mendoza. Jessie even had a treat of a can of tuna for dinner! Our bus tonight is at 10:30pm and we make our way to Santiago in ...
... must be fate, so we soon grabbed tickets for the game and I got a bit parochial and bought a Boca Juniors shirt to join in with the other five hundred manic supporters beating drums, blowing trumpets to welcome their arrival. When they arrived it was unbelievable, girls screaming, paparazzi, drums beating…continuous chanting the team song, made for a memorable first night (more so even being 12 floors up we could still hear them chanting 6 hours after ...
... the river was no where near as high as it can get but still had some decent rapids so was absolutely perfect for us beginners. We were absolutely frozen by the end but it was so worth it, the warm shower and large beer after definitely helped warm us up again though! The rugby was that afternoon and there were a fair few people heading down from the hostel which was a good laugh, unfortunately someone (me) thought it only looked like a 15 minute or so walk to the stadium on the map ...
... wine), Cabernet and the big surprise of the day El Torrontes, el vino mentiroso. I truly loved this wine, a fresh white-wine with a sweet aroma but a very lemonish taste when you drink it. Probably one of the best wine for apero I have never had. Pity I can’t bring it back to Europe.
Olive-oil factory visit: guess the nationality of the Dueño? Italian! Like for the other 2 wineries. We are really everywhere, considering all the Italians who live abroad and people ...
... 3 different wineries in this very pretty part of the world.
We left Martin's office and began our ride through the town. Our first stop was at a homemade artisanal food place. Here we were able to indulge in dips and spreads, jams and some liquors, and some of our fellow travellers sampled the homemade absinthe at 11am!
Back on the bikes we rode on a very busy road for about 20 minutes to the Carmelo Patti winery. This winery is owned by ...