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... noticed in this part of the world where the consumption of cereal is not taken particularly seriously and the manufacture of said bowls seems to have been based on assumption rather than fact and milk has strangely been replaced by yogurt,whether Argentina is trying to start a new trend on eating cereal is open to the jury but I can tell you the whole experience is not winning them many friends,when I eat cornflakes I expect my bowl at the very least to have angled siding ...
After another grueling 24 hour bus journey I landed in Mendoza, city of the desert and home to some of the finest red wines in the world. I was awoke at 7am on the bus to the now unfamiliar sound of windscreen wipers, judging by the terrible climate outside i suspected that we were very far away. Sadly upon asking the attendant how many hours we had left, he replied with "20 minutes".... looks like I really have brought the climate with me, to ...
... coming and we were able to compare Malbecs from different terriors, or plots of land. It's amazing how different the same kind of wine can taste by growing in different dirt. We took a few photos from the lawn of Archaval Ferrer because they have the most beautiful view of the Andes.
Today was was the first day we were able to see the snow-covered peaks and they were so majestic. We are in the height of ...
By now, we have driven around or camped on the shore of more than a score of beautiful lakes in both Chile and Argentine, but the sunset over Lago Alumine, in Neuquen Province was one of the most spectacular. There are two photographs included here, taken only 10 minutes apart, which capture the variety of colour in the evening sky. The area around Lago Alumine and Villa Pehuenia is famous for its natural araucaria forests. The araucaria, popularly known as the monkey puzzle ...
... have a wine tasting you could do. Four glasses of wine for AR$60...usually people do that each but, us four shared it between us! I disliked them all... Off we cycled to then find the beer garden! It was a lovely little place, with cosy mis-matched seats, umbrellas and WHITE WINE! Hooray! It was delicious and I had two glasses and the boys had 2 beers. We sat there for an hour or two and could have happily spent the rest of the day there, drinking ...