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... for the Mendoza region. Which quickly meant we left Tarmac for about 50 km of very rocky road. Again the landscape is beautiful there is nothing in the way of buildings to see for miles apart from the odd goat, cow and a few of the local gauchos out on their horses. Our car wasn't the most robust so I was very relieved to get to asphalt again, i have a new found appreciation for it.... It also made me realise how difficult it is to go for more than about ...
... birth-control, and on the other, the development of many new types of food from earth, ocean, and air, doubtless including the re-conversion of excrement into nutritious substances. Yet in any system of this kind there is a gradual loss of energy. As resources dwindle, population must dwindle in proportion. If, by this time, the race feels itself to be a single mind-body, this superindividual will see itself getting smaller and smaller until ...
We've only been here for one day, but if it weren't for Lauren we'd be completely lost. In our travels around the world, it been fairly common for most people to speak at least some English. So far, the opposite has been true for Argentina, or at least Mendoza. Lauren is fluent in Spanish, and as this was "her vacation", she wanted to visit a country where she could utilize her skills. We would have been lost walking out of our apartment if ...
... It is drizzling, 2500m altitude and 8 degrees. I was enjoying the solitude when I heard voices and a dozen or so people decided that they had to have this view too. I don't think there are other people anywhere in the Andes and they chose to stop here. I locked the doors and a man just took a photo of the car. Probably not a usual sight here as we drove up a four wheel track to get here.
Derek really enjoyed his two hour walk with 500 metres of vertical rise. The ...
... a cold bottle of the Torrentés overlooking their vines. For dinner we hit upon a local asado (Argentinian BBQ) place where huge slabs of meat were cooked on a charcoal oven. Never before have I tasted better ribs! For anyone visiting Cafayate I recommend 'Parrillada Shula Cata' for an authentic experience. The next day we say goodbye to Jo and Chris and continue our road trip towards Cachi. The road was now only a gravel track and was winding through the ...