Plaza Hotel Salta
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... use if and when we hit heavy rain. Yes, they had some in my size - Booby Dazzlers of a pair - bright red and very snazzy looking - and expensive as well. Depending on which exchange rate I use they have cost me somewhere between £100 and £150....... Minnyou the mechanic in the shop had to spend something like 45 minutes cleaning out the screws etc of the cleats on my old shoes and putting them on the ...
... hotel where we had the chance to taste some local wines from the region. The following evening was our flight to Salta. Alex and I hadn't had time to make it to the mighty Iguazu falls at the beginning of our trip when we were in Buenos Aires, but it was on the must see list. Everyone goes and we were soon to see why. We headed to the airport, checked in our bags and made our way through security. Alex gets pulled aside at security after his bag had been ...
... break from the many times that there is just the two of us.
First, we met up with Alejandro, my uni friend's Chilean husband who was working in Santiago that day. Funnily enough he works in his family pet food business! There is just no escape!! ;)
Ale and his Dad took us out for a late lunch at Fuente Alemana. The German connection is not really obvious, until you see the burgers being served with Sauerkraut inside. We gave that ...
... party pad. The bar serves their house shot called a blood bomb - I know, sounds delightful. It contains the energy drink V, grenadine and vodka and although is larger than a single shot, is designed to be thrown back like one. We are off on a horse riding trip tomorrow, so being hung over isn't really an option for us! This morning we set off at 9am to a ranch where the horse riding began. With the weather on ...
... chewing into our Mendoza time, which sucks because Mendoza is a really pretty place. Very California with big trees growing to form a canopy over many of the broad avenues, a university with tons of students (and what grows up around a university, cool bars and cheap food ) and as far as we are concerned the best looking people in Argentina. Walked around soaking it I'm and stopped for a bowl of fries with 2 for 1 power mojitos ...