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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I dragged myself out of bed as today myself, Viv, Rach and three people Viv meet in her previous hostel all headed out to wine country. Despite one of the guys already doing and being confident in how to get there there was still a hell of a lot of faffing and we didn't get on a bus until about half 12. After the last couple of days the sun is back with a vengence. Sleep deprived and a bit worse for wear I just went ...
... It's just perfect. Especially for a snowboard-loving birthday boy. The idea was that Mario would get to snowboard on his birthday, but apparently there was too much snow at Cerro Catedral, so he had to wait an extra couple of days. In the meantime we sampled a number of great restaurants, but one, Alto el Fuego, deservedly gets a mention here. I've never seen Mario so at peace with the world as he was while eating steak and drinking red wine. The manager even gave us ...
... the first responders trucks were out in full force with sirens blaring… all the sirens blaring constantly. With nowhere to go we made our way back through the sirens to the other side of the street and ducked into a few places along the way. As we came in and out of the various shops, the dynamic of the parade changed from rally cars and motor cross groups, to tango and salsa dancers, to gauchos and horses on parade. Definitely an interesting and ...
... needs of some in-patients. Even though we have been at the hospital for a week we were still suprised to see the hygeine standards of the rest of the hospital. We were given a tour of the hospital's newly opened human milk bank. We also then visited the neonatal ward where most of the milk from the bank goes- to all the premi (premature) babies ((shout out to lizzie)). The babies were all so small and seemed to be getting great care at the hospital! ...
... beautiful journey back across the Andes and whilst I'd done this route before it been night so I hadn't appreciated it. There were clouds around Aconcagua so we didn't see the summit as we passed (the tallest mountain in south America at 6960m). We stopped for a picnic lunch and an ice cream just before border. We got back at 8pm to some very enthusiastic dogs, grumpy cats and to a ready prepared supper cooked by Ida who had been looking after the animals. . ...