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... our new friend, Diana, whom we met at Mr Hugo, we set off for Bodega Mevi. And they even had a tasting option without a tour for 40 pesos! Bargain. Our waiter was also very generous with the tasting portions, so it felt more like three glasses of wine rather than three tastings. Amazing how wine can make you hungry! We decided to go the one of the larger wineries in the area, in the hope that they might offer some snacks (hopefully ...
... where we slept like stones after the days strenuous climb. On our way out we stopped for a short while so I could try a second time to catch a trout, and this time found success. After and hour of digging for worms and patiently sitting on a rock we had a beautiful rainbow trout. Not long after we found ourselves back on the Finca in Tupungato completely satisfied with our first experience of the Andes. We will always look back and remember this trip, the ...
... boiling from the inside. It was freaky hot as the sun beamed on the sky, but as I said, the view clearly made up for it. At this point My head is like a storage facility of stories, and experiences changed amongst all the travellers I met along the way. Not all of it make sence yet, and I am trying out different things. But I do recall, how I am trying to embrace the laid back life of travelling like you have no care in the world. Just take things as they ...
... of this storm activity (unfortunately for grape growers) occurs in the late summer months when the harvest is nearly ready. Hail can be as large as golf balls or oranges and can wipe out a crop.
Another form of protection against hail damage is to install netting over the vineyard, or over the fruit bearing portion of the vines. These techniques, however, are very expensive (about $5,000 per acre with a 5 year ...
... t get the bus"!! But eventually arrived at the beautiful Empedrado hostel to a breakfast of lemon and sugar crepes.
It was Christmas Eve so we visited the local supermarket to stock up on food (and wine) for the festive period, knowing everything would be closed for the next few days. We then checked into our own little two-bed mixed dorm room, which actually turned out to be the tiny pool room with a bunk bed squeezed into it. Cosy. We spent the rest of ...