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1861 was a terrible year for Mendoza,a huge earthquake almost completely destroyed the cities buildings and over 4000 people were killed.Out of the ashes however the city was rebuilt to reflect the areas seismic activity.Smaller sturdier buildings and wide streets made up the new look Mendoza and indeed it still has the widest streets in the whole country.
The city itself is not ,due to the earthquake , a colonial gem,there is an independence square ...
... rope. Our lives were literally hanging on by a rope. Of course, as it always seems to happen in Argentina, we made it to the gas station just fine, the attendant expressed his love for us, and soon enough we were on our way to the Vines of Mendoza.
This was the cherry on top of 18 hours of transportation woes. That morning, after enduring a 10 hour long overnight bus ride, we had arrived to a flash flood in Mendoza, leaving us stranded at the bus station for a bit as ...
... in one of the
vines and was flitting about us – have never seen one in the daylight and he
was gorgeous – got some great pics. Think he had chicks which is why he kept
having a go at us – when we got near he pulled his wings out and kept wafting
them at us while giving us the evil eye. Absolutely beautiful.
Finished the tour off with a visit to an Olive Oil farm and
factory which was a nice fuel stop after drinking so ...
... but we got there about lunch time. The thermal springs water park is amazing! So many rock lined pools, set in a valley within the mountains. Some of the pools were a nice 32c...others were as high as 50! Hotter than a super hot bath! It was a bit strange being baking hot in the sunshine (it was at least 32c today) and then getting into ...
... 2 x GGY fraudulent insurance claim" rather than “two idiot Generic Gap Year students thought they’d try and make the money back they’d just blown on jet skis and weed by pretending they were mugged”
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- Generic Gap Year. 17 to 23. Young, fresh faced, and accompanied with a potent mix of arrogance, ignorance and a bunch of credit cards from Daddy. Will most likely be ...