Los Condores Hotel de Montana
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... who was on a solo world tour. We first visited a small family run winery, Adrover, which had the most superb Malbec at a tad over $6 AUD a bottle. After tasting their wine straight from the vat we went on to Norton winery, a larger winery, for a well-informed tour through their cellar to where they seated us down and left to our own devices for lunch (NB. Still no sign of a ‘bike’ on this tour). Not seeing our guide for near on 2 hours we all decided ...
... him “ciao” when we met and this made laughing all the people at the reception. After that moment and for the rest of my staying at Mendoza Inn the 3 ladies at the reception were keeping calling me “ciao” and laughing… Argentinians are happy people. Even with not-very-funny-stuff they laugh. A lot. Love the spirit. Smile makes you feel better. Always.
We are in a group of 7 folks: 3 Brazilian girls who have never seen the snow in their hole ...
... venue and we arrived 20 minutes late, however, the lady at reception was calming and gave us our wraps and exfoliating gloves and we were on our way.
Fortunately for us, we had the six-stage hamam treatment room to ourselves which was incredibly peaceful. We moved through the stages which included an incredibly hot steam room, the door said 55degC but I don't think it was that hot. The last stage was to lay on a hot marble rock which prepares ...
... who went on the trail just days before us, were killed by the heavy rain and subsidence.
On a journey to the highest placed lake in the world we had a brief but memorable encounter with the Argentine guys who carried a guitar, great mood and a harmonic. So we spent 3 hours on a bus singing together, slowly approaching the Bolivian side of the Lake Titicaca where we visited the Isle de Sol. What an experience. Still, even after 4 years, I think fondly of ...
... like a travel brochure isn't it....). Blessed with perfect weather for the first few days, we took in the sights around town such as the famous cemetery, obelisk and Eva Peron related "stuff" in between downing sweet-delicious-cold-crisp-perfectly-bl oody-awesome Quilmes beer, ice cream and oh my - local steak.... No marinade, sauce, garnish or anything required here, they cook it on the grill and before you know it you're in meat ...