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Travel Blogs from Mendoza
... glasses of four wines at each tasting (16 glasses total). Of course you could always swish and spit but who does that???? I also learned that Argentinian wine is 2% higher alcohol content than most other wines and Peach had warned it gives dramatic hangovers...this I would fully realize while trapped on a 22 hour bus ride that night.
Anyway, my favorite was their Grab Dante malbec so I got a bottle on the ...
... du Chili !
Hi everyone !
Here we are in Mendoza !
Mendoza is a traditional Argentine city, nothing crazy, its nice, clean, with shops and so on but nothing too different to any other city we've been to in Argentina, so we decided to spend most of our time in the country side of Mendoza, so we spent 4 nights there.
The first day we went horse riding, kieran and I have never ridden a horse before so we ...
... them. It seems if you want to boost a child's intake of their 5-a-day it helps to have a shiny truck and play Lady Gaga..
Throughout the four days in the city, there were three activities of note (11.7.1/2/3) and in between I spent time exploring the broad avenues, enjoying the sun, and chatting to people at the hostel.
With timing carrying more importance, the route out of Mendoza was airbourne, arriving to Buenos Aires in one tenth of a bus ...
... the mountain rises to a height of about 6,900 meters and is the 36th highest in the world but the park was at an altitude with a max of about 3,300m...so it was my first experience of altitude!!! It was crazy, I could feel my heart beating fast and I was almost panting with just minimal exertion up small hills...it has made me determined to climb a mountain now!!! What interesting things did I learn?: Condor males ...
... on the dirt road to the campsite, and this area has flash flood and hail warnings….making it an even dumber decision to stay. So onward we went, towards the closest gas station.
The station didnīt take credit cards, and we were low on cash, so we decided we should try and make it to the next one to fill up. At this point, we really needed the station attendant to let us know how far it REALLY was, because we didnīt want to get ...