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... t really like (I don’t like red, but the white was really good) so Dad got mine plus his… can I just add that we were cycling between vineyards. I’m pretty sure we were all tottering around on our bikes after the second tasting… My mother’s comment on this was "we’re basically going on a bodega crawl" (she had just seen the sign at the hostel about the bar crawl they organized). Now you know where I get my sense of humour from… ...
... br> We then headed towards Mendoza and stopped for lunch at a beautiful old adobe building which used to be a winery but is now accommodation and a restaurant. In the garden they had an old pot that was used in the past to store and mature wine, buried in the ground. We had an interesting entree - a selection of home grown beans and peas, topped with ham and an egg that was crumbed and poached whole. Really delicious. Then a lamb ravioli and a shared apple tart. ...
... boxes, bikes, clothes, tent or stove, to begin a 22 hour journey which turned out to be remarkably painless due to the food, films, leg room and bingo provided. Four days later, and with only the clothes we're wearing as luggage, we're still in Mendoza, and still waiting for our bikes to arrive. Mendoza is beautiful: it's got good food and great wine, huge parks and cafe lined streets, but we've got to get out of here if we want to cycle through Patagonia. And we do, we really ...
... market and they range from $80-$300 for the most expensive ones. They produce over 2.7m bottles a year and their wine cellar was amazing. We cycled back into town weaving left right and centre but doing a lot better than a stag party of Argentinean who were struggling to get their legs over the saddle when getting on. They were led by very boozed captain America.
Our final morning we took the city tour bus and learnt about the history. Mendoza ...
Those drawn out goodbyes at bus stops and airports. I've been noticing them. Tears rush out of nowhere catching them by surprise as their composure crumbles. They look so vulnerable. Salty tears between wet lips and dashing tongues. Catching the last of yesterdays forever and evers. The bus to Mendoza. Eight hours. Half asleep, half awake on a shaking rattling bus... I've had better bus journeys. Get to the hostel in some pain in the morning (overnight ...